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And a very good point it is, Brian. Now that I know where the
nvda.log file is written, I can try installing from the portable
copy and, if it fails, hopefully, the error code will show up in
the log file.
On 1/13/2022 5:20 PM, Brian Vogel
On Thu, Jan 13, 2022 at 06:08 PM, Arlene wrote:
Hi, there might be some other thing that might be
stuck when you are trying to uninstall NVDA or whatever it is.
Indeed. But the way to determine what those "some other things"
might be is by analyzing error messages and/or logs.
As a general rule, always, you need to supply the specific error
message text and/or codes when you get them.
Saying to a potential assistant, "I got an error message, can you
fix it," is akin to telling someone who can't see you and has no
idea where you are on the surface of the earth, "I live on land,
can you find me."
Specificity is necessary, not optional, when tech solutions are
being sought. That's the point I'm trying to make.
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