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From: SARATH on 05/06/2003
Attempting to uninstall Kodak Easyshare software for Windows 98 and received the following error messsage: Error applying transforms. Verify that the specified transform paths are valid.
Any Suggestions??
I checked all the microsoft websites, all those are for office 2000..
Any solution??
SARATH
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From: Don on 01/07/2015
The solution from Moe about deleting the registry key works !
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From: Marie on 06/14/2011
I had problems at work with uninstalling an older Attachmate Extra that we no longer had the uninstallation package for, googled and found this site. I can confirm that Moe's solution from 2003 still works on an XP machine in 2011. Thanks, Moe.
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From: Raghavendra on 01/19/2010
HI All,

I too have faced the same issue like Error applying the transforms,,,,,

I ran the Windows cleaner & deleted the exhisting office 2003 files.

Next I ran the office 2003 setup, found worked fine.

Regards,
Raghavendra HN

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From: Sinmo on 08/29/2009
When trying to install Java

i was getting the following error. And now i

got it solved. The ways to solve this error i put into my

post

http://javaerrorsinfo.blogspot.com/2009/08/error-applying-transforms.html

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From: Sunny on 08/19/2009
I also used the Moe method to "remove" adobe reader 8.1.2. The Adobe approved solution to run a patch named KB404307.exe did not fix the problem. After doing that I was able to upgrade to the latest Adobe Reader. Thanks again Moe!
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From: Paul on 02/25/2009
Great tip Moe!

This worked on a MS Office 2003 that would not uninstall - error applying transforms. Deleted the registry key and removed again - didnt say success but it said this action can only be done for products that are installed. I clicked OK and Office 2003 under add/remove programs was gone. So it worked!

Thanks!!

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From: tony on 11/05/2008
I UNINSTALLED Adobe Reader 8.1.2 using the "Moe Method" YAHOOOOO!!!!
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From: chris on 12/01/2006
im trying to install a javaa script to play a computer game called "runescape" but when i went to download it it says (specified transform paths are valid) and its really anoying me now.... any ideas??? =(
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From: Tim on 10/22/2006
Thanks. I just had the same problem with Trend PCCillin 2005 adn was able to revmove it after modifyig the registry as advised.
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From: PCFella on 05/25/2005
Nice...
This also worked for uninstalling Trend PC-Cillin...
Ta
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From: Margaret on 09/15/2003
I have been plagued with this "Error Applying Transforms" message periodically almost since I got this PC 3 years ago. I have searched the Web for solutions and tried several complex suggestions, but none worked. The error was associated, I think, with the fact that I had purchased the PC with Word2000 already installed on Windows98, and then I upgraded to WindowsME. At this website, I just discovered the very simple solution proposed by Moe on 5/9/03, finding the Transforms line in the registry for Word2000 and deleting it before removing and re-installing Word2000. It seems to have worked! Thanks, Moe! I would only add that I had to find 'regedit' on my hard drive and enter the correct path for it rather than just entering 'regedit'. In my case, that was c\windows\options\cabs\regedit.
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From: Moe on 05/09/2003
Here is what i did (and it worked):
From the "control Panel", "Add/Remove Programs", I copied the name of the program I want to remove.
I went to "Start" then "run" and typed: regedit
In the "registry Editor" screen, I clicked on "Edit" then "Find"
I typed the program name exactly as shown in the "Add/remove programs".

I found the string, and to the left it said "Transforms".
I deleted this key from the registry then went back to "add/remove programs" and managed to rmove it.

I hope it will work for you too!

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From: Moe on 05/09/2003
Interesting! I get the same message when attempting to uninstall a demo version of LABVIEW. I even tried to reinstall it (hoping that this will fix whatever went wrong) but got the same message (?)
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