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    Unstalling RAC2012 problems..

    Yes I know, there is guides online how to do it but before you go on you should know that I have already tried them all. I did everything as it was listed here: http://usa.autodesk.com/adsk/servlet...linkID=9243099
    But still RAC 2012 just wouldn't want to be removed or somehow corrupts the re-installation so it show's that RAC is "already" installed and wouldn't install it anew. I have literally tried everything and still my machine think's that RAC 2012 is already installed.
    If anyone have any fresh idea's please I'm open for all of them!

    Thanks in advance,
    Ram

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    If you´ve been thru all the steps listed in the Autodesk link, including editing the Reg Edits, you´re in trouble!

    You could search the Reg Edit for "Revit" and delete all instances, and see if that helps, but I´m afraid that you´re about to "Format C" and reinstall Windows
    Klaus Munkholm
    "Do. Or do not. There is no try."

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      #3
      Yah I did everything and removed all the reg files... damn 3rd windows re-install at this machine. I hate my self :/

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        #4
        Sherbit, wish I had seen this a lot sooner. You could have used Windows Installer Clean up utility to remove it from windows "installed" programs memory bank.

        I have seen this before and used this tool to remove it.

        http://download.cnet.com/Microsoft-W...2_4-15905.html

        There have been some recorded issues with the tool from Microsoft as it it their tool but I haven't had any real issues with it before.

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          Originally posted by Elmo View Post
          Sherbit, wish I had seen this a lot sooner. You could have used Windows Installer Clean up utility to remove it from windows "installed" programs memory bank.

          I have seen this before and used this tool to remove it.

          http://download.cnet.com/Microsoft-W...2_4-15905.html

          There have been some recorded issues with the tool from Microsoft as it it their tool but I haven't had any real issues with it before.
          I second Elmo's fix. I have used Windows Installer Clean up utility on quite a few occasions, and has got me out of the same scenario you are experiencing.
          Be careful to only delete the Revit 2012 installer and no others, this is not a general clean out tool.
          Mark Balsom

          If it ain't broke, fix it till it is.

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