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I want to totally remove all traces of the Professional Development System from my PC.  There is nothing shown in the "Programs and Features", so Ii need to do some kind of brute force method of removal.  Can someone provide a step-by-step guide that I can follow?

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@hartzde wrote:

I want to totally remove all traces of the Professional Development System from my PC.  There is nothing shown in the "Programs and Features", so Ii need to do some kind of brute force method of removal.  Can someone provide a step-by-step guide that I can follow?


There should be a National Instruments Software in the Programs and Features.  You can uninstall NI products with that.


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hartzde wrote:

I want to totally remove all traces of the Professional Development System from my PC.  There is nothing shown in the "Programs and Features", so Ii need to do some kind of brute force method of removal.  Can someone provide a step-by-step guide that I can follow?

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Hi hartz,

 

which traces are you talking about?

 

You may search for msiblast

Best regards,
GerdW

using LV2011SP1 + LV2017 (+LV2020 sometimes) on Win10+cRIO
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By traces, I mean anything that will prevent a clean re-install.

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Hi hartz,

 

when you de-installed LabVIEW going the SystemProperties->Software->DeInstall route you should re-install it with no issues…

Best regards,
GerdW

using LV2011SP1 + LV2017 (+LV2020 sometimes) on Win10+cRIO
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GerdW said

"when you de-installed LabVIEW going the SystemProperties->Software->DeInstall route you should re-install it with no issues…"

 

I do not understand what you mean by "SystemProperties->Software->DeInstall"?

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I think he means "Control Panel" that you can access form the start menu and then select the option "Programs and Features".

That's the standard way to uninstall software properly in Windows.


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Oh, yeah, that was my first place to look.  However there is no NI software listed in my Programs and Features.

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Really?? When I go there I have a "National Instruments Software and when I select it a window pops-up with the list of all the NI Softwares.

I've never not seen this item 😮


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