# Can't install Unity after Hub froze during installation - where to find Unity files and delete them?

I'm struggling to reinstall Unity after Hub crashed halfway through installing an editor version.

I have tried to delete the partially installed Unity - but I don't know all the locations to look, as any new attempts to load Unity are blocked by older files.

There is no Unity running. I checked in Task Manager. I had made sure the directory was empty before I reinstalled. I also restarted the Hub before I started the new installation (just in case) then removed Hub, and after that all Unity versions....

Running Windows 10.

Press the Locate button on the Installs tab of the hub.

That will bring up a folder showing the install path of the editors.

• Hub showed nothing, but saw partial folder in the HubEditor, also a problem with connecting android. Reinstalled Unity + android tools but I Hub faild to find sdk's which I thought Hub would do Console 1) CommandWithNoStdoutInvokationFailure: Gradle initialization failed. 2) The option setting android.enableR8=false' is deprecated. 3) WARNING: The option setting 'android.enableR8=false' is deprecated. 4) PlaybackEngines\AndroidPlayer\SDK\build-tools\30.0.2\package.xml. Probably the SDK is read-only 5) > C:\Users\bb\.gradle\caches\6.1.1\file-changes\last-build.bin (Access is denied) Feb 13 at 9:14

The problem was caused by folder permissions, which needed to be changed on the .bin file. The old file couldn't be overwritten. Here is the console output I was getting during an installation attempt:

CommandWithNoStdoutInvokationFailure: Gradle initialization failed.
The option setting android.enableR8=false' is deprecated.
WARNING: The option setting 'android.enableR8=false' is deprecated.
PlaybackEngines\AndroidPlayer\SDK\build-tools\30.0.2\package.xml. Probably the SDK is read-only
C:\Users\bb\.gradle\caches\6.1.1\file-changes\last-build.bin (Access is denied)


Unchecking the read-only permissions checkbox on last-build.bin fixed all the other problems, and my game is running now on Android.