Uninstalling Returnil v.6229

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  1. dt437

    dt437 Registered Member

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    Hi

    How do I completely remove all traces of R2010v.6229 from my computer for a clean install of v.6778? I have installed / uninstalled v.6229 3 times while following the uninstall advice such as turn off other antivirus, do not use 3rd party uninstallers etc. However, each new install still shows the old message in the GUI i.e. internal product configuration has been corrupted; there is also the phantom drive issue.

    Unlike my XP (2008 RVS), Returnil in Win 7 does not have an uninstall button in All Programs, so I have to use Add/Remove programs. I can't see the point of installing v.6778 until everything v.6229 is gone. What can I do nowo_O?

    My OS is Win 7 Home Premium 32-bit.

    Thanks.
     
  2. Coldmoon

    Coldmoon Returnil Moderator

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    Hello dt437 and welcome to the forums :)

    The error should clear with a new registration. Please try this and let me know. Further, the next build release will include a more robust installer that can identify and correct incomplete/damaged installations so if the above does not get this resolved, installing the new build (when available) should clear the error and get you sorted.

    Mike
     
  3. dt437

    dt437 Registered Member

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    Hi Coldmoon

    Thanks for the product development info.
    v.6778 has installed correctly, and, as anticipated, the message board is now clear. In addition, I am very impressed by the amount of control v.6778 gives the end user. The only snag is the phantom drive issue, but this seems harmless and minor compared to the benefits delivered by RVS.

    If there are any unexpected problems, I will post back. Your help is much appreciated:cool: .
     
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