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rhino:5:rhi:uninstall [2016/02/05]
pascal [Resolution:]
rhino:5:rhi:uninstall [2016/03/03] (current)
sandy
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-====== Uninstalling Rhino 5.0 RHI Plugin ​======+====== Uninstalling Rhino 5 RHI Plug-ins ​======
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-====Problem:====+====Problem====
 Plug-ins that use the Rhino RHI installer do not have an automatic uninstall. Plug-ins that use the Rhino RHI installer do not have an automatic uninstall.
  
-====Applies to:==== +====Applies to==== 
-Rhino 5 plug-ins installed using the built in RHI installer engine.+Rhino 5 plug-ins installed using the built-in RHI installer engine.
  
-====Resolution:====+====Solution====
 Manually remove the plug-in'​s folder. The plug-in may be in up to three default folder locations. ​ Manually remove the plug-in'​s folder. The plug-in may be in up to three default folder locations. ​
  
-===Find the AppData ​Location ​(Location 1)== +===Find the AppData ​location ​(Location 1)== 
-  - Close all Rhino applications +  - Close all Rhino applications. 
-  - Go to Windows Explorer +  - Go to Windows Explorer. 
-  - In the address bar type **%APPDATA%** +  - In the address bar type **%APPDATA%**. 
-  - There should be a long list of folders. ​ Go to **McNeel > Rhinoceros > 5.0 > Plug-ins**  +  - There should be a long list of folders. ​ Go to //McNeel > Rhinoceros > 5.0 > Plug-ins//.  
-  - Find the folder that contains the name of you plug-in and delete that folder.+  - Find the folder that contains the name of your plug-in and delete that folder.
  
-===Find the Common Files Location ​(Location 2)== +===Find the Common Files location ​(Location 2)== 
-  - Close all Rhino applications +  - Close all Rhino applications. 
-  - Go to Windows Explorer +  - Go to Windows Explorer. 
-  - Go to the **C:\Program Files\Common Files\McNeel\Rhinoceros\5.0\Plug-ins** +  - Go to the //C:\Program Files\Common Files\McNeel\Rhinoceros\5.0\Plug-ins//. 
-  - Find the folder that contains the name of you plug-in and delete that folder.+  - Find the folder that contains the name of your plug-in and delete that folder.
  
 ===Find the additional Common Files location on 64-bit systems (Location 3)== ===Find the additional Common Files location on 64-bit systems (Location 3)==
-  - Close all Rhino applications +  - Close all Rhino applications. 
-  - Go to Windows Explorer +  - Go to Windows Explorer. 
-  - Go to the **C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\McNeel\Rhinoceros\5.0\Plug-ins**+  - Go to the //C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\McNeel\Rhinoceros\5.0\Plug-ins//.
   - Find the folder that contains the name of your plug-in and delete that folder.   - Find the folder that contains the name of your plug-in and delete that folder.
  
-**NOTE** Once you restart Rhino, there may be an error at start-up, but it will be only a one time message.+**Note:** Once you restart Rhino, there may be an error at start-up, but it will be a one time message ​only.
  
  
rhino/5/rhi/uninstall.txt · Last modified: 2016/03/03 by sandy