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feiny34 two tray icons on reboot?
Member 24th Jan, 2011 03:40
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ever since updating to the latest version, i get two PSI tray icons after booting. i'm running windows 7 32-bit. this is driving me nuts! any advice? thanks in advance.

mogs RE: two tray icons on reboot?
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Hello.
If you run the cursor over them do they both stay ? If so...........
Have you tried right clicking one of the icons and removing...then reboot ?
Hope it helps.........regards,

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feiny34 RE: two tray icons on reboot?
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yes, this is what i've tried already.
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mogs RE: two tray icons on reboot?
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Last edited on 24th Jan, 2011 20:54
I've read one similar problem on the forum and Secunia staff filed a ticket for it to be looked into. That's not gonna calm your nerves at the present time tho' !
When you upgraded to psi 2.0 last, did you let it detect the previous version and uninstall it; or did you uninstall it manually, prior ? Secunia should clear up after itself.
The only other thing I can suggest, is to clear out temp files/browser cache before trying a fresh install and let it remove the previous.
(http://secunia.com/PSISetup.exe) psi 2.0 Full Version
Hope this helps.

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feiny34 RE: two tray icons on reboot?
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thanks, i'll give this a go. at least someone at secunia has already heard about this.
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Member 25th Jan, 2011 08:54
Hi,

Please do not install any version of the PSI any from third-party sites. If you really, really feel you need to run version 1.5.x, please use this link, which we have provided for users that feel downgrading is necessary: ftp://ftp.secunia.com/PSI1Setup.exe

However, reinstalling version 2.0 should also solve this problem. You can find this version here:
ftp://ftp.secunia.com/PSISetup.exe

Hope this helps.
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puget1 RE: two tray icons on reboot?
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@@feiny34

E. Petersen is correct. Always deal with the first party with anything. I was unaware that the old version still existed.. Use the old version if you are unable to overwrite with the new version install and follow the above procedure

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feiny34 RE: two tray icons on reboot?
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thanks everyone. i'll give this a try tonight and let you know what happens.
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Member 26th Jan, 2011 08:40
Hi,

@pudget1
I am responsible for downvoting your post just above mine, not because it is irrevelevant, but because I would rather avoid anyone clicking that link by mistake.

Of course, I have recompensated you your lost score on your next post. :)

Hope this isn't a problem for you.
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