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ERROR_INSTALL_TRANSFORM_FAILURE

Posted on 2014-03-19
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ERROR_INSTALL_TRANSFORM_FAILURE

I get an error "Error applying transforms. Verify that the
specified transform paths are correct.

We get this error if we try to deinstall an excel addin (Jet Report 2010). It is installed on a Windows Server 2003
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Question by:Datenkultur
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Have you tried to download the MSI file for the software again then run the appropriate switches to uninstall it? The local cached files may be corrupt.
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