Forum Thread: PSI 3.0 fails on recent XP SP3

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Pictor PSI 3.0 fails on recent XP SP3
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Pictor RE: PSI 3.0 fails on recent XP SP3
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mogs RE: PSI 3.0 fails on recent XP SP3
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@Pictor

A couple of users have reported similar behaviour over the last few days.....but have found success by installing psi 2.0.
http://secunia.com/community/forum/thread/show/144...

If you wish to try it.....can be found here on the right of the page :-
http://secunia.com/products/consumer/PSI/sys_req/

Hope it helps....mogs....

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Pictor RE: PSI 3.0 fails on recent XP SP3
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perfect! 2.0 does its job immediately!
Thanks!
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mogs RE: PSI 3.0 fails on recent XP SP3
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@Pictor

Glad you got fixed up. If you wish, you can now close this thread as the originator of it. Pressing Accept will prevent tag-on posts and reminder e mails to your in-box....

Regards......mogs.......

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