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Urso Branco Scan Aborted
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I just updated PSI and at the end of a full system scan I get the message that the Scan Aborted.

Anthony Wells RE: Scan Aborted
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Hello Urso Branco ,

More details would help , including OS , etc.

Have you rebooted , have you tried a second uninstall/reinstall ??

Are all the other bits of PSI working correctly ??

Anthony

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Urso Branco RE: Scan Aborted
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WinXP SP 3

I have been using PSI for years and never saw this before.

I uninstalled and reinstalled three times and still get Scan Aborted at the end of the scan. The scan seems to complete and give the desires results and registers as completed. All other PSI functions seem to be normal.

This seems to be a false ending to the scan but since all previous scans before this update said everything is OK perhaps I am just getting a copy of an old report and the scan quits.

Any other ideas?

Urso Branco
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mogs RE: Scan Aborted
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Hello Urso.
Don't want to butt in Anthony.....excuse me ?
Only ideas I've got:
Things can sometimes take some time to settle down....but I think I'd be inclined to run my registry scanner and CHKDSK. As time has gone by it's solved a multitude of probs for me that I've never had to "voice". Just a suggestion. Regards.

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