No "Uninstalling from:" path on Windows

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I am trying to run an uninstall of Titanium Studio (3.0.1) on Windows 7. Regardless of whether I start the uninstall.exe program directly or try it from Control Panel, the second screen of the uninstall has a text field "Uninstalling from:" that is blank. Worse there is no ability to input a path into this field. If no value is entered into this field the uninstall will run but appears to do nothing.

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after some annoyance, I did the following (not sure if its the right thing, but it allowed me to run a proper re-install which I then un-installed)

  1. First check the C:\Users\username\AppData\Local\Titanium Studio\full_uninstall.txt file for any new info (not all that helpful. Currently it points you to a website that tells you to delete a folder which no longer exists).

  2. Delete the folder C:\Users\username\AppData\Local\Titanium Studio

  3. Delete the folder C:\Users\username.titanium
  4. Delete the folder C:\Users\username\Aptana Rubles (no idea what its for, but I zapped it anyway).
  5. scan your registry for "titanium" and delete the registry folder that refers to the Titanium installation / uninstallation.

If you fail to delete any of these folders, reboot and try again (I had some file locks the first time I tried).

Re-Install Titanium.

If you still don't want it, un-install.

All this is from trial and error, and may not be the best or correct way to do this. It would be great if someone who knows more could give a better answer. Even better, have the devs put the instructions in the C:\Users\username\AppData\Local\Titanium Studio\full_uninstall.txt file.

— answered 3 years ago by Roman Vinnik
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  • Currently this is the only solution.

    — commented 2 years ago by András Deák

  • tried as you suggested and installed again , no avail !Uninstalling from .... blank still !

    — commented 1 year ago by Ray Hazar

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