Discussion in 'Folding@Home - Join Team Guru3D !' started by Mannerheim, Nov 22, 2008.
What shoud i do... heres a pic.
Added picture... look down...
Reboot, after clearing out temp files/unwanted file with CCleaner and windows diskclean up.
Had this issue before with another installer and this worked, is this console client or the tray client (with the virtualisation).
ATI GPU2 .... CCleaner runned booted and still nothing.. I have That program in add remove and cant uninstall it... =/ Maybe thats why i cant install this..
No idea how to remove it... Vista x64
Have you running the installer from another location, such as the root of c: ?
Might have 1 isntalled as administrator. But its deleted...
So.... no GPU folding ?? =/
I use 2 accounts depending what i am doing.
Problem is.. Windows tries to unsinstall old 1 and it cannot do it =(
WHen i cancel install. It says cannot uninstall older version..
maybe it gives an error because you are installing old version?
i'm running Folding@home-Win32-GPU-systray-620r1
If you go to the Programs and Settings control panel and right click on the GPU client, does it give you the option to repair? If not, try uninstalling it.
Gives me same as my first screenshot when i try to install... =( No repair.
Try to find Folding@Home-GPU-systray-612b8.msi on your PC or internet. Reinstall it (to repair the broken installation) and then you should be able to remove it properly.
Cant find it.... So no folding for me... Not gonna reintall Vista....
When you downloaded the file you didn't select the run/open option did you? Cause it looks like it's trying to run from the temp folder. Try saving it to your desktop and run it from there.
I have saved it, tried to run all different way.... Uninstall just sucks ass... Cant uninstall = Cant install program... not as me or administrator =(
HELP ME =(
You could try to have your OS think it has not been installed at all.
Open regedit and search for the exact key (the name shown in Add / Remove Programs) in the Uninstall section of your registry. Make a backup of it and delete the whole key.
If you do this right, it should not be shown anymore in Add / Remove Programs. And if you're familiar to the registry, you could als try to delete other references to the f@h client in the registry as well. You're gonna install it the new client anyway.
and how do i do it in vista the gates ass ?
You could try finding the files for its current installation (assuming that there are files) and delete all files and folders relating to it.
Then grab CCleaner and delete the installer for it, and then install a new version.
In almost the same way
Look in your registry for the name which is displayed in 'Installed Programs' or whatever it is called.
So.. its CPU npw doing all the work.. nothing has helped so far and im not gonna reinstall windows.. Other stuff is working perfectly...