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How to unistall?

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stsaerox

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Hello

I've tried this package, the latest version. It is working great. I've installed it on i386 folder. But just in case... how do I uninstall it in a live system? It doesn't seem to have an uninstaller...

What I've tried is to install on clean live system, keep the backup, installed the system again (xpized in i386 this time) but I've got lot of errors when I've tried to uninstall it and it did not restore the original icons...

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W3bbo

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The uninstallation log says it couldn't find the backup directory files. That's why it failed.

I don't recommend using the I386 option as it doesn't give you a full proper install anyway, and backup directories are not transferable between systems, they're unique to that specific installation.

Edited by W3bbo, 02 January 2011 - 02:45 PM.

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stsaerox

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Thank you for the responding. If you release a new version please try to add silent switches like -silent -nobootlogo -nooeminfo. I've lost my sony vaio support info last time that's why i'm not interested. For now I'm trying to make it running during runonce (because i need the uninstall option) using a script but it is very difficult to make it work always. Of course for silent mode it needs progress bar because it takes much time to install on some systems...




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