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[Installation] How to reinstall CIM, CAD INFRA-DESIGN


I am curious about how to reinstall CIM and CAD INFRA-DESIGN after deleting them.



If essential modules required for running the program are missing or damaged during the installation of the existing CIM and CAD INFRA-DESIGN, you need to delete all program-related data and logs and reinstall them. Alternatively, to install a new version, you need to delete all previous versions of the program.

In addition, during the installation process, it is possible for essential modules for program operation or execution to be missing or damaged due to security issues on the user's PC. To prevent this, it is recommended to disable antivirus and firewall before installation and to proceed with Windows updates. Windows updates are a good way to correct security issues and system errors. It is difficult to determine if specific errors that occur during Windows updates are directly related to the system's security issues, but they have a positive effect on resolving overall security issues and error states.

Also, we recommend deleting and reinstalling other applications, including Microsoft Office, which is linked to the MIDAS program, after shutting them down. Running application programs can interfere with MIDAS program installation, so it is best to shut down all of them before proceeding.

 Finally, if you use both CIM and CAD INFRA-DESIGN, delete both programs and install them using the integrated file.



CIM must be cleanly uninstalled to prevent errors during module installation when reinstalling.

Delete CIM and CAD INFRA-DESIGN from Control Panel

1) Type 'Control Panel' in the taskbar search box and run it.

2) Run the screen to remove programs and delete both CIM and CAD INFRA-DESIGN.


Delete CIM and CAD INFRA-DESIGN folders from the C drive

1) Type 'File Explorer' in the search bar on the taskbar and execute it.

2) Go to the CIM path (C:\Program Files\MIDAS) and delete both the CIM and CAD INFRA-DESIGN folders.


Delete registry in the registry editor

1) Type 'Registry Editor' in the search bar on the taskbar and execute it.

2) Delete all registry folders related to CIM and CAD INFRA-DESIGN located in the 'Computer\HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\MIDAS' path.


Registry folders to be deleted (related to CIM, CAD INFRA-DESIGN)

[CIM], [midas InfraDesign]



2. Install CIM

 Cleanly remove the existing CIM installation and then reinstall it.

Disable antivirus and firewall

 During the installation process, certain essential modules required for the program to run or execute may be missing or damaged due to security reasons on the user's PC.

1) [Execution] Exception handling method for detecting and inspecting MIDAS program in security program. Refer to the FAQ and temporarily turn off any security programs within the company or school.

2) In the taskbar search box, type "reputation-based protection" and run it, then check off "App & file check" and "Microsoft Edge SmartScreen."


Install CIM

Run the installation file for the program and install CIM.

1) Use the CIM installation file download link from the homepage to download the CIM installation file.

2) Right-click the downloaded compressed folder and extract it using 'Windows Explorer', then proceed with decompression.

3) Right-click the Setup file in the extracted folder and click 'Run as administrator.'

4) Most of the processes that appear during CIM installation are essential for running CIM and must be completed without exception.

5) Run the installed CIM to confirm that it can be executed.


There may be different ways or processes to install the program, which may not cause problems with use. However, if the program is executed without the proper environment, various errors may occur at any time. In such cases, there may be an inconvenience in having to repeat the process of uninstalling and reinstalling the program. We hope you will follow the above process during the initial installation to avoid any inconvenience.

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