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Cycloid Scan Aborts
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Scan aborts with message in log:
[11/21 10:59:15.938] psia.setLogging exception : -2146827850 , Object doesn't support property or method 'setLogging'
[11/21 10:59:15.941] aulink.setLogging exception : -2146827850 , Object doesn't support property or method 'setLogging'

Abort is at step 7 of 8. Earlier issues with "continuous red icon" (ongoing), PSI unable to locate the internet connection (hopefully resolved).

Have been able to obtain 100% scan result on occasion, but program seems 'wonky'.

PSI - downloaded most recent and installed
Win7 Home Premium, 64 bit, updated
IE9, updated with security "fix" for PSI needs (I hope - hate IE9 security model)
AMD dual core
4 g memory
500 mb HD with 3 logical drives (I have some programs which 'store' in the D: and E: drives

Thanks for your time.

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taffy078 RE: Scan Aborts
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hi Cycloid - anything here that helps?

http://secunia.com/community/forum/thread/show/117...

http://secunia.com/community/forum/thread/show/117...

If not, search in the All threads section for "scan" or "gui" - there have been lots of posts on this!

Good hunting.

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Cycloid RE: Scan Aborts
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@taffy078: Thank you... I had tried a couple of things which I came up with by searching 'scan', but nothing seems to help..step 7 of 8 has to do with confirming hash or something and since it fails there, perhaps there is a security issue (poison dns?).. I plan to do a full uninstall, clean disk, reboot, re-install one more time... wish I knew what the error messages in the log mean.
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