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Old 04-17-2018, 1:49 PM
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Default need reg cleaner for CPS

I tried to install 1.03.01.009 for the MD612 but I forgot to uninstall 1.01.02.009 first.
I got an error removing 1.01.02.009 and now I can't install the new version because it thinks the old one is still there.

I ran mend install but that didn't help. Control panel says 1.01.02.009 is still there but it won't remove it.

I manually deleted all the reg entries I found for MD612 and removed all other Hytera programs.

My restore point won't work so I'm running out of options. Anyone had a similar problem?
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Old 04-17-2018, 2:20 PM
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I vaguely remember having this problem myself a long time ago. And what caused me to remember it was you reporting going into the Registry, as I did...with the same results.

This may be a very basic idea, but, now that you cleaned out the Registry, did you try saving the new CPS in a different folder with a different name? I do remember solving the problem, and it may have been by that means.

Just thinking off the top of my head. I know how frustrating it is.
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I don't get a chance to change install drives, it bombs as soon as I put in the password. I tried a bogus password to make sure that wasn't the problem.
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Try this
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Can you re-install the old version, and then properly uninstall it ?
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Did you mendinstall?

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http://dmr-nordjylland.dk/wp-content...ructions-1.pdf
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I will second that, it WORKS... also Defragler is a good utility by the same company.
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