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Uninstalling or Upgrading the Transparent RAID Host Package

Upgrading

If upgrading, you must first uninstall as documented in this current post and then re-install following the instructions documented in Installing the Transparent RAID Host Package.

Uninstalling

1. Edit your RAID options and set the array auto start property to false and then reboot. 2. After rebooting, navigate to the installation directory and right-click on the uninstall script and choose to run it as administrator. 1. Uninstall as admin 3. Reboot your computer if you have nothing else to uninstall. If planning to uninstall the Web UI, then reboot only after uninstalling it as documented in Uninstalling or Upgrading the Transparent RAID Web Client Package.

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<h1>Upgrading</h1> <h1>Upgrading</h1>
If upgrading, you must first uninstall <em>as documented in this current post</em> and then re-install following the instructions documented in <a href="http:// wiki.flexraid.com/2013/06/ 27/installing- the-transparent- raid-host-package/" title="Installing the Transparent RAID Host Package">Installing the Transparent RAID Host Package</a>. If upgrading, you must first uninstall <em>as documented in this current post</em> and then re-install following the instructions documented in <a href="http:// wiki.flexraid.com/2013/06/ 27/installing- the-transparent- raid-host-package/" title="Installing the Transparent RAID Host Package">Installing the Transparent RAID Host Package</a>.
<h1>Uninstalling</h1> <h1>Uninstalling</h1>
-<strong>1.</strong> Prior to uninstalling, stop all arrays from the Web UI. 
 +<strong>1.</strong> Edit your RAID options and set the <strong>array auto start</strong> property to <strong>false</strong> and then <strong>reboot</strong>.
-<strong>2.</strong> Navigate to the installation directory and right-click on the <strong>uninstall</strong> script and choose to run it as <strong>administrator</strong>. +<strong>2.</strong> After rebooting, navigate to the installation directory and right-click on the <strong>uninstall</strong> script and choose to run it as <strong>administrator</strong>.
<img src="http://wiki.flexraid.com/ wp-content/uploads/2013/10/ 1.-Uninstall- as-admin.png" alt="1. Uninstall as admin" width="737" height="317" class="alignnone size-full wp-image-2509" /> <img src="http://wiki.flexraid.com/ wp-content/uploads/2013/10/ 1.-Uninstall- as-admin.png" alt="1. Uninstall as admin" width="737" height="317" class="alignnone size-full wp-image-2509" />
<strong>3.</strong> Reboot your computer if you have nothing else to uninstall. <strong>3.</strong> Reboot your computer if you have nothing else to uninstall.
-If planning to uninstall the Web UI, then reboot only after uninstalling it as documented in....+If planning to uninstall the Web UI, then reboot only after uninstalling it as documented in <a href="http:// wiki.flexraid.com/2013/06/ 27/uninstalling- or-upgrading- the-transparent-raid-web- client-package/" title="Uninstalling or Upgrading the Transparent RAID Web Client Package">Uninstalling or Upgrading the Transparent RAID Web Client Package</a>.

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One Response to “Uninstalling or Upgrading the Transparent RAID Host Package”

  1. Jacob Copeland November 11, 2015 at 7:57 PM #

    As a reminder, don’t forget to update the web client or you may get a errorcode=31 invalid structure

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