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Uninstall experimental version

From: Cory Burkhardt <cburk_at_cs.utsa.edu>
Date: 2006-06-23 20:35:25 CEST

How do I uninstall the experimental 64-bit version? I installed it by
running the install.bat script, but the README doesn't say how to uninstall


When I tried the experimental version, I couldn't get it to work on this
machine so I just installed the 32-bit version and used it instead.
However, I uninstalled the 32-bit version through add/remove in the control
panel and then restarted, but I still see the overlay icons on my files in
explorer, although there are no right-click menus. I'm assuming that these
overlays are being caused by remnants of the 64-bit version still in the





-----Original Message-----

Date: Fri, 23 Jun 2006 18:44:08 +0200
From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn@gmail.com>
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Subject: Uninstall experimental version


Cory Burkhardt wrote:
> I would like to install the 1.3.5 64-bit client, but I want to uninstall
> the experimental 64-bit version first to be safe. I think I remember an
> uninstall script that removed registry entries, but I can't find it
> now. Anybody know where to get this uninstall script or know if it is
> safe to install the new version on top of the old one?
That tool is 32-bit, so it would only remove the registry keys from the
32-bit version (and only from the pre 1.2 clients).
You can of course just uninstall the experimental version, reboot, then
install the new version. I can't guarantee that the new version can be
safely installed on top of the experimental one (but you can do that
with all non-experimental versions).

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