- Category: Installing and Updating
- Last Updated: 16 November 2017
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Issues When Updating or Installing Killer Control Center
Users may encounter errors when installing or updating the Killer Control Center.
If you encounter any problems, please select from the following options:
- The Killer Control Center Cannot Automatically Update
- Previous Killer Applications or Drivers Cannot Be Manually Uninstalled
- There Are No Killer Applications or Drivers in the Apps and Features Menu But the Killer Control Center Will Not Install (How to Use The Killer Remover)
- There Are No Killer Applications or Drivers in the Apps and Features Menu But the Killer Control Center Will Not Install After Using Killer Remover
The Killer Control Center Cannot Automatically Update
If the installer cannot automatically update, you might see an error, such as, but not limited to, this one:
In this case, you will need to manually uninstall the previous versions. First, however, you will want to download the latest installer and have it handy. Once you have the installer ready to go, right-click Start, click Apps and Features, then find every entry that has "Killer" in it, including "Killer Drivers" and/or "Killer Performance Suite, or any variation, and uninstall them. After they have uninstalled, restart your machine, then install the latest suite.
Previous Killer Applications or Drivers Cannot Be Uninstalled
There Are No Killer Applications or Drivers in The Apps and Features Menu But the Killer Control Center Will Not Install
If you encounter an issue where the old "Killer Suite" or "Killer Drivers" cannot be uninstalled, and they remain stuck in your Apps and Features menu, or they appear to be removed, but the latest Killer Control Center appears to attempt to install, then roll back, then there are a few ways to address this. Even if you can no longer see the old applications in your Apps and Features menu, it is very likely that they are still there, and that they are the problem. For very old previous installs, especially those that may be broken by updates from Windows 7 to Windows 10, we have developed a tool that can remove the old installs. Here is a step-by-step guide on downloading and using the tool. Use this as your first step in troubleshooting a broken older install:
- Download the Killer Remover from here - http://www.killernetworking.com/support/KillerRemover_v220.127.116.11.exe
- Right-click Start and click Apps and Features.
- Uninstall all "Killer" suites and drivers that will uninstall from this menu.
- Close the Apps and Features menu and double-click the Killer Remover.
- Once it is finished, it will prompt you to restart your machine. Restart your machine, and check to see if the stuck item is removed from the Apps and Features menu
The Application is Still Stuck or The Latest Package Still Cannot Install After I Have Run the Killer Remover
The Microsoft Installer is probably encountering an error from which it cannot recover. Sometimes, you will get an error, such as "The feature you are trying to use is on a network resource that is unavailable..." or some other seemingly unrelated error, or the installer may fail with no error given other than it could not complete. Luckily, Microsoft has a tool to fix this issue, and you can find our detailed, step-by-step guide on how to find and use Microsoft's tool for fixing problems that block programs from being installed or removed- http://www.killernetworking.com/driver-downloads/kb/faq/34-error-2753-xtendsoftapservice. Make sure you choose "Uninstalling" even if you are trying to ultimately install the latest suite, as the problem is that you need to remove the remaining parts of the old software, even if they do not appear in your Apps and Features menu.
If you still have issues with the Killer Control Center's installer, or uninstalling older versions of the suites, please contact support, and we will be happy to help. If the installer is failing, please run the installer one more time, and include the log that is generated in your temp folder. You can access your temp folder by pressing Windows Key + R, typing %TEMP%...
...and pressing Enter.
From there, sort by Date, and attach the most recent MSI***.LOG to your support request. It should be dated at the time you last ran the installer.
You can reach support by clicking below. Please also include information on any troubleshooting that you have already done.