corrupt adawear files

Discussion in 'other software & services' started by thesnowman guy, Oct 29, 2004.

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  1. adawear version 6.181 (cause the new version does not work on my os)



    all worked well.....until last night.....went to install new ref file....5% installed..BANG....corrupt adawear........removed and re-install adawear today.......went for updated ref file....BANG 5% installed...corrupted adawear...........


    all security fully updated....OS not infected......the file Adawear is trying to install is super outfdated.....back from 2002.........oops.....something wrong there..........off the OS adawear goes..un-installed......hello spy-bot..how you doing today....join my party please.....
     
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    Thank you kind Sir....your generous nature is most appreciated..

    say..any idea what the issue is that prevents adawear for fully scanning win98seo_O it just stops!
     
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    ***say..any idea what the issue is that prevents adawear for fully scanning win98se it just stops!********



    version SE.....their newest
     
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  6. ******I don't know Snowy. Could your antivirus be interfering?
    I suppose you have looked at the forums. *******

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    RON

    That was my first though since I do have some "odd" security installed....but no.....shut everything down..........adawear just wont scan the entire system...stops each time at c:/temp/adawear......yup..there is a temp folder by that name during scanning.........deleted it...encrypted it..cursed it....threw a bannana at it...........nope...just wont work

    version 6.181 was working just fine.....until this corruption issue
     
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    Snowy

    This isn't the first time for Ad-Aware to have corrupted files.
    I really don't know what the problem is.
     
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