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Hi

i need to acheive a unistall of version 5.5.9 and then install version 7

what will be the command line to uninstall version 5.5.9

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Can you give little more detail of your requirement???? Like what is the application name, is it a capture or legacy setup ???? etc....
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If it was a setup capture, you can use msiexec /x <Product Code> to uninstall the application.
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If it is a setup capture, you can check uninstall string under HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall registries.
Answered 04/29/2010 by: Yankir
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If it is a setup captureNeither of the things you mention depend on whether or not the set-up was captured. More correctly, any application which was installed by an MSI (or a set-up stub EXE which extracts and executes against an MSI) can be uninstalled using the command line shown.

Additionally, any application whose name appears in the App/Remove Programs applet should have an uninstall command line somewhere beneath the registry key mentioned. MSI-installed apps are listed by ProductCode, others will be listed by name.
Answered 04/30/2010 by: VBScab
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im trying to uninstall vmware 5.5.9 from command line and then install vmware 7.0 from command line also

i think we install the vmware 559 from a setup.exe file

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Answered 04/30/2010 by: kerm007
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Have you looked at HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\{ProductCode}\UninstallString yet?
Answered 04/30/2010 by: VBScab
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sorry blonde moment :-)

MsiExec.exe /I{98D1A713-438C-4A23-8AB6-41B37C4A2D47}

this is for 5.5.7 version
Answered 04/30/2010 by: kerm007
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Ummm....so you have 5.5.7 installed, not 5.5.9? Whatever, you now have the command line to uninstall VMWare Workstation. I have assumed Workstation, as you don't state which VMWare product you're asking about.
Answered 04/30/2010 by: VBScab
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well yes it's for workstation and the 5.5.7 is the same as 5.5.9

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Answered 05/03/2010 by: kerm007
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