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Forum Thread: Version 3.0.0.7011 last scan is always undefined

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MStefani Version 3.0.0.7011 last scan is always undefined
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I upgraded, rebooted, uninstalled, rebooted and reinstalled, and PSI always opens with "please run a scan, you may have outdated software.' Same message comes up immediately after running the scan as well!
WIndows 7, 64-bit.

mogs RE: Version 3.0.0.7011 last scan is always undefined
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@MStefani

Were you running psi 2.0 successfully before ? Psi 3.0 is not an upgrade...it's designed for basic users.
Lots of W7 users have experienced difficulty getting it to run properly.
Have you checked your Settings as per the FAQ here :-
http://secunia.com/vulnerability_scanning/personal...
The Secunia PSI won’t load the interface or won’t complete scanning. What can I do?

Sometimes a setting goes awry at install.

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MStefani RE: Version 3.0.0.7011 last scan is always undefined
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I was using an earlier version of 3.0
(I've been using PSI for at least a couple of years without trouble prior to this version upgrade.)
The FAQ doesn't address this issue...
Do you suggest rolling back?
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MStefani RE: Version 3.0.0.7011 last scan is always undefined
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Hmmm....
I reinstalled one more time (same version as mentioned in the topic) and this time the scan completed successfully. Strange...
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mogs RE: Version 3.0.0.7011 last scan is always undefined
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Last edited on 11th Sep, 2013 22:52
@MStefani

Well, if it was all okay for you before this.....it should be again, hopefully. At least it might verify that it's the version change causing the problem.... if the previous is found to work.
You could check those settings tho'.....sometimes it does go awry between one and another.

Edit.....just caught your last post....glad it worked out.....did you clear out temp files between installs (?)....sometimes that can make a difference.



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MStefani RE: Version 3.0.0.7011 last scan is always undefined
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Last edited on 11th Sep, 2013 22:56
I will leave it alone for now, since it has 'cured' itself. Not sure how to explain that... other than perhaps a corrupt install corrected itself the second time? Seems very unlikely...

Edit: ccleaner... so yes, the temp files get cleaned out at every reboot, unless PSI puts them somewhere unique.
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