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  1. #1 Fresh Install 
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    Has anybody had any success removing every little piece from an existing Resolve install to start completely fresh?
    When I have new installs i can see that it's picking up certain things from older installations. I would like to start completely clean if possible.
    What's the best way to remove everything safely?

    Thanks for your help!
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    I have a separate bootable external drive that I can rebuild if needed as it's only for installing the next version of DaVinci Resolve. Now that's not a good general solution, but it might be helpful if you're having some problems on you current system drive.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rick.lang View Post
    I have a separate bootable external drive that I can rebuild if needed as it's only for installing the next version of DaVinci Resolve. Now that's not a good general solution, but it might be helpful if you're having some problems on you current system drive.
    Thanks Rick for the added info! Anybody else ever start from scratch with a new version and totally remove the previous version?
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