TF2 Mod Installer 1.x - How to uninstall mods


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Before we start

Note that this will only uninstall mods installed using TF2 Mod Installer. It will not remove any other mods.

Also, at the current time, TF2 Mod Installer is currently unable to uninstall sound mods. There is a step by step uninstall guide for those at the bottom.

Uninstalling Mods

Method 1: Windows 7, 8, 8.1, 10

To uninstall the mods you installed using TF2 Mod Installer, open your file explorer.

Type in "Control Panel" in the address bar.

You should see a screen like this:

Where it says "Programs", click the blue link that says "Uninstall a Program". Once you do, you should see a list appear of all the programs you have installed.

Scroll down until you find "TF2 Mods from TF2 Mod Installer"

Click it, and you should see a little button appear next to "Organize" that says "Uninstall". Click it, and say "Yes" to the User Account Control (UAC) pop up.

A window should appear that asks if you are sure you want to uninstall the mods.

If you are sure, click yes, and the uninstallation will start.

Method 2: Windows 10

First, open the settings app.

Then select "Apps". It will take you to "Apps & Features".

Type in "TF2 Mods" in the search bar.

Click "TF2 Mods from TF2 Mod Installer", and click Uninstall. A User Account Control (UAC) popup will appear. Click "Yes", and a window should pop up asking if you want to uninstall the TF2 Mods.

If you are sure, click "Yes", and the uninstallation will begin.

Uninstalling Sound Mods

Skip this step, if you don't want to uninstall any sound mods.

To uninstall the sound mods, you need to go to the Mod Folder for TF2. This is usually located at:

C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\Team Fortress 2\tf\custom for 64-bit machines

or at:

C:\Program Files\Steam\steamapps\common\Team Fortress 2\tf\custom for 32-bit machines.

Once you are there, you should see a folder called "my_custom_stuff".

This contains the sound mods. To delete the sound mods, you can just simply delete this folder.

If you already had sound mods, TF2 Mod Installer backed them up for you, so you may notice a folder called "my_custom_stuff_backup". If you want to restore it, simply delete "my_custom_stuff", and rename "my_custom_stuff_backup" to "my_custom_stuff".


You have uninstalled the mods installed via TF2 Mod Installer!

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