|jo-ro||PSI says update needed, Adobe says it is up-to-date|
|5th May, 2011 22:51|
User Since: 5th May, 2011
System Score: N/A
Last edited on 5th May, 2011 22:52
In a recent scan, Secunia PSI says that Adobe Photoshop, both 32 and 64, need to be updated (12.02.0 to 12.0.4), but when I go to update in the programs, Adobe reports that it is already up to date.
Who is right?
When I click on <i>install solution</i>, I download a pile of files in a RAR archive with folders that are for my video card, not Adobe.
How can I ignore this at the moment without hiding the program in PSI?
I also have Adobe's updater working, but it does not show any updates needed.
(Windows 7 Ultimate, Athlon 2core 64, 4 GB RAM)
|ddmarshall||RE: PSI says update needed, Adobe says it is up-to-date|
|6th May, 2011 01:19|
User Since: 8th Nov 2008
System Score: 98%
|The 12.0.4 update was released on May 3rd. Maybe the PSI database is not fully updated yet.
Adobe recommend using the update function in the program. It may not have reached all their update servers yet. It can be downloaded from here:
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|This user no longer exists||RE: PSI says update needed, Adobe says it is up-to-date|
|6th May, 2011 08:49|
Have you tried running a full rescan?
Can you post back with the debug log?