I had a problem with my Windows Installer. It does not remove the previous installed version.
On the 'Properties' of the Installer:
I'd updated the 'Version', and click 'Yes' when prompted to change 'ProductCode'.
I had the 'RemovePreviousVersion' set to 'True'.
I had the 'DetectNewerInstalledVersion' set to 'True'.
I had the 'UpgradeCode' remain unchanged.
Could someone point to me what I am missing?
Thanks in advance.
PS. I am using VS2008.
I didn't have this problem before until I moved everything to a new HD. So something might have missed out from my settings.
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