If you run into problems trying to Re-Install or Upgrade Sage Contruct, it is often neccesary to completely remove the existing Installation. The following text describes how to completely remove Sage Construct from a Workstation:
 Uninstall all “R5” Programs using Control Panel
 Uninstall the “Construct” Program Using Control Panel
 Use the “Windows Installer Cleanup” Utility to remove any remaining “R5”; “Dynamic Catalog Editor” and “Construct” installations: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/290301
 Remove the “C:\Program Files\Sage\Construct” Folder (if it is still present)
 Remove any remaining “R5” Folders from within “C:\Program Files\Sage\”
 Remove the “C:\Program Files\Sage\DMO” Folder (if it is still present)
 Using the Registry Editor, (search for and) remove any Registry Keys that SPECIFICALLY refer to “R5 Share” #
 Using the Registry Editor, (search for and) remove and Registry Keys that SPECIFICALLY refer to “R5 System Manager” #
 Using the Registry Editor, (search for and) remove and Registry Keys that SPECIFICALLY refer to “ATW” #
 Cleardown the “C:\Windows\Temp” Folder
 Cleardown “C:\Documents and Settings\*CurrentUser*\Local Settings\Temp” for the Current User
# When searching the registry, pay particular attention to any keys within:
Running the Sage Construct Installation routine:
Do not use an Account with a Roaming User Profile when installing Sage Construct. More often than not, the installation routine will fail because it believes the package has already been installed.
“Unable to find the upgrade information for R5 System Manager”
“R5 System Manager Upgrade Required”
These instructions involve editing the Computer Registry and are provided without Warranty or Liability. E&OE.
Additional notes for EQUE2 Construction
The EQUE2 Construction uninstall / update procedure is much more straight forward, and the steps shown above no longer seem necessary.