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Windows 7: cannot uninstall Vegas Pro this action is only valid for products that

08 Apr 2016   #1
Sylveon Fetish

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 
cannot uninstall Vegas Pro this action is only valid for products that

Since I got a computer that is more capable of video editing, I decided to uninstall Vega Pro from my laptop that can barely run it. However, every time I try to run the uninstaller, I get the following error message "this action is only valid for products that are currently installed" The software is definitely installed and it is usable and I can run it, I just cannot uninstall it. Not even using Revo Uninstaller. That error prevents me from uninstalling the software every time. The only button is an OK button and the X is grayed out. A Google search brings up only results for old Microsoft Word versions and one guy who was mad because he could not open .veg files in Sony Vegas but I did not see anything regarding trying to uninstall Sony Vegas. In fact, only three results were about Sony Vegas, five results about Microsoft Office, the rest were junk. And certainly not anything about uninstalling Sony Vegas or uninstalling any software. What can I do to get this uninstalled?


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09 Apr 2016   #2
mitchell65

Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit 7601 Multiprocessor Free Service Pack 1
 
 

If you have got an install disc for Vegas then Go to control Panel, then Programs and highlight Sony Vegas. Then see if you have the option to uninstall or "change" or Repair". If so try whichever one of those that shows. You will need the install disc. If you can go through that procedure then try to uninstall with Revo.
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