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#1: remove leftovers

Posted on 2005-11-17 16:42:00 by Mieke

On a w2k system there are some leftovers from previous installations of
apache, php and mysql.
Everything has been deleted/uninstalled, except leftovers in the registry.
These leftovers prevent me from installing properly new instances. When I
install a new version of Apache, there seem to be 3 instances (2 old, 1
new), MySQL won't complete a new installation.
How do I safely get rid of the old stuff?

Thanks, mieke

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#2: Re: remove leftovers

Posted on 2005-11-17 17:30:58 by dont.need

emm the obvious thing to do is remove them from the registry !!!!!!!!!

"mieke" <mieke@mic.com> wrote in message news:437ca45d$0$35268$dbd41001@news.wanadoo.nl...
> On a w2k system there are some leftovers from previous installations of
> apache, php and mysql.
> Everything has been deleted/uninstalled, except leftovers in the registry.
> These leftovers prevent me from installing properly new instances. When I
> install a new version of Apache, there seem to be 3 instances (2 old, 1
> new), MySQL won't complete a new installation.
> How do I safely get rid of the old stuff?
>
> Thanks, mieke
>
>

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#3: Re: remove leftovers

Posted on 2005-11-17 18:09:57 by Mieke

Thank you. I agree.
So I made a backup of the registry, as well as a complete disk backup.
But then I am not a registry wizard, so I did not and do not know how to
clean the registry. I have tried several socalled regcleaners which did not
deliver.
Where do I change the registry without having to deal with a messup?

mieke
"Newsgroup Poster" <dont.need@my.address.ok> schreef in bericht
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> emm the obvious thing to do is remove them from the registry !!!!!!!!!
>
> "mieke" <mieke@mic.com> wrote in message
news:437ca45d$0$35268$dbd41001@news.wanadoo.nl...
> > On a w2k system there are some leftovers from previous installations of
> > apache, php and mysql.
> > Everything has been deleted/uninstalled, except leftovers in the
registry.
> > These leftovers prevent me from installing properly new instances. When
I
> > install a new version of Apache, there seem to be 3 instances (2 old, 1
> > new), MySQL won't complete a new installation.
> > How do I safely get rid of the old stuff?
> >
> > Thanks, mieke
> >
> >
>
>

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#4: Re: remove leftovers

Posted on 2005-11-17 20:48:08 by Jim Shirreffs

"mieke" <mieke@mic.com> wrote in message
news:437cb8ff$0$57802$dbd4f001@news.wanadoo.nl...
> Thank you. I agree.
> So I made a backup of the registry, as well as a complete disk backup.
> But then I am not a registry wizard, so I did not and do not know how to
> clean the registry. I have tried several socalled regcleaners which did
> not
> deliver.
> Where do I change the registry without having to deal with a messup?
>
> mieke
> "Newsgroup Poster" <dont.need@my.address.ok> schreef in bericht
> news:dlib83$23f$1$8302bc10@news.demon.co.uk...
>> emm the obvious thing to do is remove them from the registry !!!!!!!!!
>>
>> "mieke" <mieke@mic.com> wrote in message
> news:437ca45d$0$35268$dbd41001@news.wanadoo.nl...
>> > On a w2k system there are some leftovers from previous installations of
>> > apache, php and mysql.
>> > Everything has been deleted/uninstalled, except leftovers in the
> registry.
>> > These leftovers prevent me from installing properly new instances. When
> I
>> > install a new version of Apache, there seem to be 3 instances (2 old, 1
>> > new), MySQL won't complete a new installation.
>> > How do I safely get rid of the old stuff?
>> >
>> > Thanks, mieke
>> >
>> >
>>
>>
>
>
regedit regedt32

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