Maintenance Tool reports corrupted installation
I have Qt 5.4 on Windows 7(sp1), which was updated from an earlier installation of Qt5.0.
When I start MaintenanceTool.exe I get an error dialog saying:
Your installation seems to be corrupted. Please consider re-installing from scratch.
When I hit ok the maintenance tool opens up and appears to work correctly.
Qt Creator starts and seems to be working as well.
Just wondering if there is a repair tool to fix whatever is wrong, or log files I can inspect to see if this is fixable, or should I follow the suggestion given and re-install?
Here's what I have found so far...
D:> MaintenanceTool.exe -v D:> IFW Version: "2.0.1" Build date: "May 12 2015" Installer Framework SHA1: "ad18fee"  Language: en-US  Arguments: MaintenanceTool.exe, -v  Critical: Operations missing for installed packages ("qt.511.win32_msvc2012", "qt.511.android _armv7", "qt.511.win32_mingw48", "qt.511.win32_msvc2010", "qt.511.win64_msvc2012_64_opengl", "qt.511 .win32_msvc2010_opengl", "qt.511.win64_msvc2012_64", "qt.511")  Critical: Orphaned operations ()  created critical message box Corrupt_Installation_Error: 'Corrupt installation', Your install ation seems to be corrupted. Please consider re-installing from scratch.
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Hi, I've encountered the same problem. I'm also running Qt on Windows 7(sp1) professional.
As described above: when I start MaintenanceTool.exe I get an error dialog saying:
"Your installation seems to be corrupted. Please consider re-installing from scratch."
A few days later, the MaintenanceTool.exe would not start at all. So I can not uninstall Qt. . .
The following solution will let you start MaintenanceTool.exe and let you uninstall Qt.
Go to your Qt Folder on C:/Qt
See if you can find a file called "MaintenanceTool.dat"
-> In my case, I could not find it, and it appeared to be named as "MaintenanceTool.dat.New".
Rename the "MaintenanceTool.dat.New" file to -> "MaintenanceTool.dat"
Try relaunching MaintenanceTool.exe (It should start now)
Select the "Uninstall Only" box, then press "Next", then press "Uninstall".
If you need, Re-install Qt by downloading a fresh version from the Qt website.
Hope this helps. Nick D.
I've also started getting the infamous "your installation seems to be corrupted" message after installing Qt 5.10.0. Other than resorting to a complete reinstall, does anyone know how to fix this?
And in case you have run into something new, please open a bug there.