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bad argument error in VmWare unistalling

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#1 Rey1991


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Posted 08 August 2016 - 02:14 AM

hi my friends;

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I wanted to uninstall VMware Workstation v10.04 from my Windows 8 64-bit machine. I could not do that from Control Panel. However when I want to install an older version of VMware (v10.02), the newer version is installed on the system with a uninstall button. When I click on this button I receive this error:

Bad Arguments for :C\ProgramData\VMware\VMware/Workstation\Uninstaller\uninstall.exe

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I wanted to uninstall VMware Workstation v8.04 from my Windows 7 64-bit machine. I could not do that from Control Panel

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