Forum Thread: configuration dropdown hangs psi on windows 2000 sp4

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goggles_1 configuration dropdown hangs psi on windows 2000 sp4
Member 17th Jan, 2011 19:19
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When I click on the configuration down arrow on the lefthand side of psi dashboard, it drops down the settings and other options but the app stops responding and cpu usage goes to 100%.
I was trying to go to settings but I can not click on it (or anything else in the app) as the app reliably fails at this point.
The only way to get out is to force exit that app with 'end now' button from the "application not responding" dialog.

This happens on
psi 2.0.0.2001
psi 2.0.0.3001 (which I have installed now.)


I'm running this on Windows 2000 SP4.


ddmarshall RE: configuration dropdown hangs psi on windows 2000 sp4
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You may be out of luck as Windows 2000 isn't one of the supported operating systems.

Try checking the settings in this FAQ, especially the Advanced Text Services section.

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Member 18th Jan, 2011 08:44
Hi,

Officially, unfortunantely Windows 2000 is not supported. Please see our system requirements page: http://secunia.com/vulnerability_scanning/personal...

Unofficially, you may be able to correct this issue if you follow all the steps outlined in this item of our FAQ: http://secunia.com/vulnerability_scanning/personal...

Hope this helps, and good luck!
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