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how to uninstall Oracle 11G Windows 10 home
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Hi, let me know if you have any specific issues please. https://docs.oracle.com/cd/E11882_01/install.112/e47798/deinstall.htm#NTDBI006
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the easiest is to use the setup.exe you used to install
> setup is in the set downloaded from oracle.com databases

setup -deinstall -home [full path of your oracle home]

this works for clients and database homes
make sure you don't need the databases anymore
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but how to accept it ... don't see any buttons any more
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Regrets we did not hear back from the asker.
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