My problem is when I tried to uninstall 2010 I received an error message. It is a legal loop-hole that companies have exploited for far too long. The Office installer doesn't automatically add shortcuts anywhere but the Start Menu under Windows 7. When I was installing Office 2010 it seemed to freeze up near the end of the installation, so I pressed 'Cancel' and it seemed to successfully cancel, but then it asked me to restart my computer. After the deployment, I typed the right product key into every computer. I recommend the free version at this link - Revo will first run the program's uninstaller.
I am now trying to use this method to uninstall both2010 and 2013, then re-install 2013 with updates included. After uninstalling these three programs, I ran the Office uninstaller from the Microsoft site and it found nothing. It works when run on the local machine, but not as part of my zip uploaded to Kace. I think the appeal is that Beta software like this is often distributed without monetary cost - the only cost is in the carnage it can create on your machine. Select the version of Microsoft Office from the list and click the Uninstall button.
Because of that the 2013 installer doesn't remove it when it removes the rest of office. Today I have had to do a reinstall of my laptop, and while I was installing Office another program was also installing. Note The Microsoft Office 2010 entry is not the entry for the Office 2010 edition installed on your computer. Have you attempted normal activation of the product? I'm guessing that since it can't access the referenced xml file it uses the defaults which is an interactive uninstall. I have checked my office programs, word, excel, outlook an they all say 32-bit version.
It has bugs - often many, sometimes crippling bugs. Trying to repair the program also doesn't work, and I cannot install the program again. If the computer has had the Office 2013 installer try to remove office, or via my powershell code, I get an error message about the installer being corrupted, and that I should rerun it from source media. The screenshot below shows an example of the setup files used to install Microsoft Office 2013. First off all of the shortcuts images for Word, Excel, etc are not showing. Good day SpiceHeads, I've been at it for three hours now.
There's nothing glamorous to this. Unfortunately, the meaning of Beta has been diluted by Google keeping so many of it's live products labeled as Beta for so long. After uninstalling and re-installing a program like Office, it is a good idea to run a good register cleaner. The Normal uninstall is designed with the assumption that you will be re-installing Office. My zip of the Office 2013 installation includes multiple msp files so we can make distributions that will behave differently. I stopped installing Betas after that. I also tried splitting it into separate batches for each uninstall before calling the Office2013.
Uninstall Microsoft Office from Control Panel The first method that you should always use to uninstall software such as Microsoft Office is from the Control Panel. Uninstall from Programs and features fails. I restarted my computer, put the disc back in and ran it. It installs in an App-V bubble and not the traditional registry settings. If you have a Microsoft Office Click-to-Run 2010 entry in Control Panel and you are trying to uninstall it, the troubleshooter will not uninstall this type of Office 2010 installation.
Microsoft Office I'm running Windows 7 Ultimate. Now I can't repair 2010 neither can I install 2013. Tried that tool and it failed to work too. Before running, add the following vbs snippet at the top of the vbs file, after Option Explicit in order to elevate the script permissions, required to edit the registry. Graphic Sound Card Realtek High Definition Audio Monitor s Displays 35.
Right click run as administrator and it should uninstall. Using the Tool Once the tool has been extracted to a folder on the computer, it may be run from a command line. This is all you need, actually. For windows 10 nothing of the above FixIt based methods works, as FixIt is not supported. I have also tried to remove Office 2010 via the following two powershell lines.
There is no installation for the tool. Microsoft appears to do it right, though, by ending and putting time limits on Beta versions of their software. Needless to say, I strongly advise against it, in general, and then only of you're prepared for - however unlikely - potentially disastrous results. This tool won't uninstall stand-alone apps such as Project or Visio. That's done the industry a grave disservice, in my opinion, as many people don't realize exactly what they're setting themselves up for when they install Beta software. And when all else fails, a repair install of Windows, or a complete reformat and reinstall might be called for.
In your shoes, I would investigate some of the official and unofficial forums that have appeared specifically for the Office 2010 Beta. You will be asked to confirm if you want to remove Microsoft Office from your computer. The only thing the installer checks at that point is whether the key matches the algorithm. And some problems with Beta software actually do result in this being the only solution. How to uninstall Office 2010 beta completely? Works under Win10 like a charm.