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Question: A long while back I mistakenly deleted a number of files on my machine I thought would be of no use (freeing up disk space). However I seem to have deleted some things which GoToAssist needed to function. I tried to uninstall the program so I could reinstall however it isn't working. When i try to install the program I get the Failure InFormatString() error. When trying to uninstall the program I get: Failed to start application "C:\Users\msiers\AppData\Local\Citrix\GoToAssist Express Expert\240\g2ax_start.exe" "/Uninstall" "/UninstallerWnd 50f4c" "/LogPath"

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