UnrealEngineInstaller.msi StandaloneRenderer Error
The UnrealEngineInstaller.msi is not working. It gives the following error:
Background: I previously had Unreal Engine 4 installed on my G:\ drive. I cancelled my subscription and that drive was removed and overwritten without actually uninstalling UE4 properly. Trying to run the uninstaller gave the same error in the above picture.
I started my subscription again and downloaded the installer.
At first it started up wanting to only install to the G:\ drive again and said it was out of space and would not allow me to select any other location.
I used an uninstall program to try and get rid of the leftover Unreal info from the previous install, and now the installer doesn't list a location to try installing to and if I click install anyway it gives the error pictured above.
I've attached the requested install log.
Your help is greatly appreciated, I just want to get back to developing!
Update: I have been working to clean out the old references to G:\ and in reference to the error messages from the installer in the registry. I've used CCleaner and RegScanner to try to find the old references and it has gotten rid of the 'StandaloneRenderer' error. It then came up with the same type of error but then said 'UnrealEngineLauncher'. I got rid of that one too.
The current error is: This one doesn't give me anything to go off of in my registry searching. I'm still searching unreal, ue4, etc and doing more cleanup, but I'm starting to run out of ideas. I'm hoping you have some more.
The error info from the log:
Full log attached: link text
As far as I can tell, these are not issues that are specific to the Unreal Engine installer but to msi installers in general. I will try to help where I can.
After some digging, it appears that Microsoft makes a utility that may help in this case. You could try using the following Microsoft utility: Link
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