ODBC driver cannot be removed (or repaired, upgraded), Jan2014-SP2 .msi files
sandorl at gmail.com
Thu May 22 14:09:04 CEST 2014
Thanks, after a more thorough search of the registry for everything with
the string "monet" fixed the problem. It wasn't fast and easy though, but I
could reinstall, with the update, to the new location.
By the way, the Windows batch was surprisingly hard to edit to make use the
right folder (specified path) for the dbfarm, I often ended back somewhere
under C:/AppData even though now both the installation and the intended
path were on Q:/. In any case, this seems to be fixed now. Thanks!
On Thu, May 22, 2014 at 12:21 PM, László Sándor <sandorl at gmail.com> wrote:
> Update: a reboot did not help either. Do I need to edit the registry? How?
> Or what else do I need to do?
> To be clear: I would be very happy if a new install would simply overwrite
> the old settings and dlls etc. However, the installer offers only to repair
> or remove…
> On Thu, May 22, 2014 at 11:15 AM, László Sándor <sandorl at gmail.com> wrote:
>> With today's Jan2014-SP2 update, I wanted to uninstall and reinstall
>> using the .msi files in Windows Server 2012. (I also wanted to change the
>> install locations, as I have no access to the default location on C to
>> change the bat files and edit where my dbfarm should be.)
>> Maybe because I ran MonetDB5-SQL-Installer-x86_64-20140514.msi
>> before MonetDB-ODBC-Installer-x86_64-20140514.msi, but now the ODBC remove
>> fails, repairing also. A desperate deletion of the entire C:/Program
>> Files/MonetDB, did not make things better, maybe it made worse.
>> Could you let me know how I could proceed with uninstalling the ODBC
>> driver? I do want to have a clean, stable reinstall (under the new
>> location) which I can trust.
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