I messed up my GitHub repository and just want to start over. I'd had SourceTree 1.9 installed on Win 8.1, removed it via add/remove programs, deleted by messed up repository, removed the Atlassian program data.
Downloaded SourceTree 2.1.25 and, upon install, it still shows that messed up repository. I also went through the registry, removing all references to either Atlassian or SourceTree.
What additional settings do I need to remove to start over with a fresh installation?
Hi Cindy! Can you try the following steps:
Let us know if this helped!
This helped me! I had issues connecting with any of my Bitbucket accounts from Sourcetree when trying to pull / fetch / clone. Looked at different forums for hours, but couldn't get it to work. Decided I would just reinstall source tree from scratch, which didn't work until I actually followed the above steps and cleared the source tree preferences. Thanks a lot!
I encountered the same problem but my sourcetree is installed on college own computer and my account is a network account. I can't find any of the files you suggested need deleting. Can anyone help me find all those files on a networked account? Or maybe is there another way to clean uninstall?
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