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ok, bizarre issue. I uninstalled all of my FS add-ons included. but AES didn't uninstall properly. It is still in the add/remove programs list but has no size or any info attached. i click uninstall and it says it uninstalls but nothing changes. I then try to install AES 1.98 and it says it installs but it doesn't. There are no shortcuts or folders where there should be. Are there some registry entries or something i might have to delete to fix this issue?

using vista if it helps.

thanks for any help in advance.

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Hi,

then please try this...

Delete this hidden folder...

c:\Programme\InstallShield Installation Information\{20A96613-3802-436C-842E-653C62FABA0D}

Delete the registry (uninstall) entry.

START | RUN | "regedit"

Go to this...

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall

and delete this folder

{20A96613-3802-436C-842E-653C62FABA0D}

So, we have delete AES manually.

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Hi,

then please try this...

Delete this hidden folder...

c:\Programme\InstallShield Installation Information\{20A96613-3802-436C-842E-653C62FABA0D}

Delete the registry (uninstall) entry.

START | RUN | "regedit"

Go to this...

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall

and delete this folder

{20A96613-3802-436C-842E-653C62FABA0D}

So, we have delete AES manually.

Is it normal, that I don't have this folder `?

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Is it normal, that I don't have this folder `?

Yes, it should be normal, because when you read this thread you can see, that it should only be removed, when you have a problem to reinstall it.

It's also possible, that this tip was only nessassary for AES 1.x, as 2.x don't have a Uninstall feature.

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