Windows 10: Windows updates bricking my MSI computers. Where's the uninstall option?

Discus and support Windows updates bricking my MSI computers. Where's the uninstall option? in Windows 10 Installation and Upgrade to solve the problem; How do you uninstall them? I see them listed but there is no uninstall option.... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Installation and Upgrade' started by computerrneedhelp, Apr 6, 2021.

  1. Windows updates bricking my MSI computers. Where's the uninstall option?


    How do you uninstall them? I see them listed but there is no uninstall option.

    :)
     
    computerrneedhelp, Apr 6, 2021
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  2. Hinek Win User

    Uninstalling JRE but .msi is missing

    Ok, now I got it:

    1. Downloaded and started jre-8u101-windows-i586.exe
    2. The Install failed in the second step with an error code, but as long as the installer is still open I could find a jre1.8.0_101.msi where the uninstall process searches for jre1.8.0_101full.msi (notice the difference in name)
    3. Copied the file to a different directory and renamed it jre1.8.0_101full.msi
    4. Closed the installer (directory and jre1.8.0_101.msi get deleted)
    5. Started the uninstall process and changed the path to my new directory.

    Thanks @Biswapriyo for your help!
     
    Hinek, Apr 6, 2021
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  3. How do you uninstall chipset drivers?

    I'm installing a new mobo so I need to uninstall the intel 865g drivers to make way for the P35 drivers.

    Can't find any uninstall options in add/remove programs and intel chipset inst listed in driver cleaner.

    Any suggestions? *Confused Windows updates bricking my MSI computers. Where's the uninstall option? :confused:
     
    oli_ramsay, Apr 6, 2021
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  4. PUN
    pun Win User

    Windows updates bricking my MSI computers. Where's the uninstall option?

    Force MSI To Uninstall

    Error shows that uninstaller was unable to find FLUSBVGAx64.msi in the computer & you could not find the .msi in website.

    If you cannot find FLUSBVGAx64.msi in computer then you must look for other ways to uninstall the software.

    You cannot force a non existent .msi to uninstall a software

    Try one of these :

    1. Microsoft Install/Uninstall Fixit
    2. Revo Uninstaller

    Note : I am not affiliated with any of these tools & recommending purely based on personal experience
     
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