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Filemaker Pro Advanced Updater

Posted on 2009-05-11
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We run Filemaker Pro Advanced and there has been a recent update to version 10.0v2.  However when I attempt to run the update I get the following error:
"Error applying transforms.  Verify that the specified transform paths are valid"

Others are not having any issues.  We host FM software from a server and the FMProAdvanced version is a client.  Any other information you need from me please let me know.
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I was able to solve this myself.  I installed Windows Install Clean Up utility.  Removed FM10.0 and reinstalled it then the updater.
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