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mogs Unusual occurrance
Expert Contributor 26th Sep, 2012 12:32
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Just ran psi 2.0.0.3003. As has been usual at startup since having downloaded this version....following shortly after the " Verifying" stage....a panel appears notifying of a shortcut error.....usually it has just been a matter of okaying it, to then arrive at the Dash.
For one time only it seems.....another panel appeared......telling me to stop running a script which may cause my computer to become unresponsive ( gist of message )
No other application was running at the time.....okayed the both panels and Dash appeared.
Have since tried again and am back to only the Shortcut error message appearing.
It was a little disconcerting.....is there anything to worry about ?

Thanks for any advice..........regards..........

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Maurice Joyce RE: Unusual occurrance
Handling Contributor 26th Sep, 2012 13:00
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Just ran it and all appears in order. I would run a reinstall using the link below my Signature Block.

Let PSI uninstall the "old" & reinstall the "new".

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mogs RE: Unusual occurrance
Expert Contributor 26th Sep, 2012 20:40
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@Maurice

Had to go out soon after posting.......have just carried out your recommendation.....let it remove and install using your link.
All in order...and scanned.....apart from the same "Shortcut" panel at the outset.
What I did think of afterwards: which may or may not have been relevant perhaps; was that I had a software upgrade to my Security prog., earlier today ( not just the usual update). A couple of minor glitches manifested themselves, but quickly settled down....might have been related to that perhaps ?

Anyrate, all sorted.....again, thanks for your prompt attention.........regards.........

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Maurice Joyce RE: Unusual occurrance
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Hard to say but it does appear the update may have caused it. Pleased to see you are all fixed up.

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