Our practice has live projects in Revit 2016 and 2017. I have Dynamo scripts I run in v1.3.2 (latest release compatible with 2016).
I recently re-installed Revit 2019. That seems to have installed Dynamo 1.3.3 and 2.0.1.
I had this issue a while back and I was able to uninstall 1.3.3 to roll back to 1.3.2. At that time, I found the Autodesk Uninstall Tool didn’t fully remove it and nor did the standard ‘Uninstall Application’ in the Windows System Settings. After a little digging online I found a Windows tool called ‘Microsoft Program Install and Uninstall Troubleshooter’. That did the trick.
I’ve tried the same steps again but it’s not working this time.
After using the 3 tools (Autodesk tool, Windows tool, Windows Troubleshooter), I then removed left-behind Folders from \AppData\Roaming and from \ProgramData. None of the 3 tools is recognising that there is any Dynamo content left on the computer … but I’m still getting the message that I can’t install a component because there are ‘newer versions’.
Can anyone please help?!?
(Windows 10 Pro, btw)