"CustomAction CADwDoSharedRefCountRemove returned actual error code 1603 (note this may not be 100% accurate if translation happened inside sandbox)" is the issue.

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Are in process of uninstalling an application that installed Microsoft Application Error Reporting ? Or simply uninstalling the later ? What is your target operating system ?

Answered 12/31/2013 by: rushi.ware
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Simply Uninstalling Microsoft Application Error Reporting. Target OS:- Windows 7.

 

Answered 12/31/2013 by: ganeshbngc
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I assume that Windows 7 machine that you are using is not a vanilla build (only OS installed) but also has other softwares installed. 

From my findings, I have arrived to conclusion that Microsoft Error Reporting gets associated with Operating System and it cannot be removed using the "Msiexec /x" command but can be done with complex script by deleting the related files and registry hives.

However instead trying to uninstall it, it is wise to simply disable it. 

Answered 01/02/2014 by: rushi.ware
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