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Windows 7: Uninstall Service Pack KB976932

14 May 2010   #1
zoutedrop

Windows 7
 
 
Uninstall Service Pack KB976932

So about a month ago I installed the beta service pack that came out for windows 7, just so I could have the latest and greatest from Redmond. Then yesterday I got my hands on a newer build of the service pack and went to install it, however the installer prompted me to uninstall the previous version and retry. No big deal.

So I went into control panel and clicked "view installed updates" and highlighted "Service Pack for Windows KB976932", however a button for uninstall did not appear above. I tried right clicking, still to no avail.

My question is how can I remove this service pack if it doesn't allow me to inside control panel, there has to be and uninstall .exe somewhere buried in windows.


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14 May 2010   #2
housry23

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

Under Control Panel, Programs, Programs and Features there is a View Installed Updates link. When I clicked on it and highlighted SP1 for Windows 7 x64 the uninstall button popped up and I uninstalled it no problems.
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15 May 2010   #3
zoutedrop

Windows 7
 
 

Well I don't know what to tell you, that option is not available to me at x86

Is there any other way to uninstall it?
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16 May 2010   #4
joel406

Windows 7 Ultimate x64/x86 Windows 7 Pro x64/x86 Windows 7 Home Premium x64/x86
 
 

You installed a "beta" update.

You have to reinstall Windows 7 from the ground up. Or stay like you are for all eternity.

Sorry but no matter what thats your future.
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16 May 2010   #5
Bill2

Windows 7 x64 pro/ Windows 7 x86 Pro/ XP SP3 x86
 
 

Do a system restore to a pont of time before you installed that SP.
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16 May 2010   #6
zoutedrop

Windows 7
 
 

I tried the system restore option, but of course it had no restore points available.

Oh well. Win 7 from the ground up it is

Thanks for your help everyone
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17 May 2010   #7
DarkStar GT

Windows Home Premium (64)
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by zoutedrop View Post
I tried the system restore option, but of course it had no restore points available.
Why not? At the very least, Windows Update would have created some.
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15 Sep 2010   #8
iupxlam

windows 7
 
 

i have same problem, can't uninstall SP1 (not show Uninstall button, hasn't restore point)
can anyone help me

what happen if i using win7DVD to repair ? will windows be reverted ?
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15 Sep 2010   #9
Flavius

Windows 7 Professional x64 PL
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by iupxlam View Post
i have same problem, can't uninstall SP1 (not show Uninstall button, hasn't restore point)
can anyone help me

what happen if i using win7DVD to repair ? will windows be reverted ?
The problem is it's not final version of service pack and you cannot apply repair install what you meant.

Check both tutorials:

http://www.sevenforums.com/tutorials/99064-windows-7-service-pack-1-sp1-beta-uninstall.html?filter[2]=Performance%20Maintenance (option 2)

Windows Update - Uninstall from Console Level
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15 Sep 2010   #10
iupxlam

windows 7
 
 

Option 2, can't using wusa.exe uninstall command with my update pack sp1, it show alert
Service Pack for MicrosoftWindows (KB976932) is required by your computer and cannot be uninstalled

i tried UNINSTALLING SERVICE PACK in
Windows Update - Uninstall from Console Level
but after restart, windows still SP1 ~.~
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