Disnable function does not disnable

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  1. fuquen

    fuquen Registered Member

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    Desktop computer
    CPU : Intel core 2 quad Q8300 2.50GHz
    RAM: DDR2 2GB
    HDD: WD Caviar SATA 1 120GB
    OS : Win XP Pro sp2
    Returnil Home 2010 free

    What happened:
    1. Removed Ubuntu
    2. Re-partitioned the disk
    3. Re-arranged dual-boot setting
    4. Updated Adobe Flash Player
    5. Updated Spybot-S&D and a full scan
    6. Updated Virus Guard of Returnil

    Note: There was a "Disk (Z)" appeared in my computer & disappeared.

    Disnable function does not disnable after all these

    Help

    Thanks


     
  2. Coldmoon

    Coldmoon Returnil Moderator

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    Hi fuquen,
    Are you saying that you can not turn off the System Safe feature (Change icon from red to green)?

    Mike
     
  3. fuquen

    fuquen Registered Member

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    Thank you, Mike !

    Yes. Exactly.
    The words change from Disable to Enable and vice versa.
    When "Restart" is pressed,
    a message-box pops out saying:
    rvsgui has stopped responding.
    Error message:[DISK]\Documents and ...\Returnil\rvsgui.ini does not exist.

    After restart, RVS remains ON.

    Thank you, Mike. Appreciate your help.
     
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    Coldmoon Returnil Moderator

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    Hi,
    Please see your PM and let me know if that version resolves the issue.

    Mike
     
  6. fuquen

    fuquen Registered Member

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    Thank you very much, Mike !

    I'll try it right now.
    And will report the consequence.

    Thanks.
     
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