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Old 4th October, 2009, 09:29 PM
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Remove SMP?

How do I make a clean removal of an SMP client, in windows, after a bad install? I'm set to just do a clean Win 7 install and that is not a problem but I'd like to know how to completely remove SMP.
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Command-line client or screen-saver? If command-line, is it running as a service?

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It's not running at all. Install.bat, command line, failed and there is nothing I can do. It won't even try installing agian.
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I got it to install. I deleted the Dir and started again. (that usually doesn't work)
XP seems the best in dealing with SMP, It almost always goes in smooth.
Win 7 is always problematic but I get a little more production out of it-usually!
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Are you running the MPI or DEINO client? In either case you should be able to remove cleanly through add/remove. Make sure you also remove the DEINO service through add-remove.
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That's how tunnel visioned, not to mention brain dead, I can get-I've never even looked at add-remove!
Damn.
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