Make sure you have permission to uninstall programs from your computer. Contact your IT administrator if you do not have permissions.
In case your anti- virus is preventing you from uninstalling it. Stop or pause your anti- virus.
- Stop\Delete “veda-db” service:
Open Task manager
Look for a service called “veda-db”.
- Delete “veda-db” service:
Open command prompt as an administrator
- Run the following commands:
SC STOP veda-db (skip if the service is already stopped)
SC DELETE veda-db
After getting success message, you can go ahead and uninstall Postgres:
If the pgsql folder in Veda2.0 directory is empty then it is safe to delete it.
It is safe to delete the Veda2.0 directory as well, if it does not contain any user’s model folders.
- Delete Postgres from Registry:
Open Registry editor as an administrator
- From the list, right-click and delete the following folders:
PostgreSQL Global Development Group