I am trying to uninstall a program (Blueworld Lasso Professional 6.0.4)
I have an error 1606 "Cannot Access Network Location x|Ñ" when the uninstaller tries to compute the needed space.
I understand that some location (probably a network share / mapped drive) that was available during install is no longer available, but I just can't find which one.
Common solutions to this problem (from MS knowledge base or InstallShield knowledge base) advise to check the registry for incorrect paths in "shell folders" and "user shell folders". All these paths are correct on my system.
I thought that reinstalling the application would do the trick, so I tried to trick it into thinking that it was not installed by removing its registry key from HKLM\Software, but I still get the error (even though it does indeed try a new install).
Any idea ?
Note that the location x|Ñ given is not exact, actually the second character looks more like a null character than like a pipe character, but I'm not sure about that.
Any help would be really appreciated !