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Windows 7: Windows installer entries without information - how to remove

28 Dec 2011   #1
artinusa

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Windows installer entries without information - how to remove

Help Please: I have used Msicuu,exe (older windows installer help cleanup files) to examine left overs from the windows installer. The picture attached show entries that have no real identification on ot to or about them to know which program they are or were. I realize if I delete the wrong ones and these are working programs that I will be unable to remove the working program later and yet some installation of products will not proceed because of some left overs form a previous failed or removed installation.. How can I find out what the figures in the photo shot are so that I can if needed remove them via the cleanup file Anyone help please




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29 Dec 2011   #2
artinusa

Windows 7 64 bit
 
 

I guess no-one has experienced this area of not being able to reinstall or renew an install..because maybe windows installer left a 'bit' behind..anyone help please..how can I see what the installer has via the registry..?
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