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  1. My repair tab is also remain blank after i do first repair on SAS Free.I'm using Windows 7 32-bit.

    Is it normal or not?

    And if it is a bug in installer, when it'll be fixed?

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    Just a thought. The Repair tab may not be populated if you are signed on with a Limited User Account. If it is an Administrator account, the tab should be populated. I wouldn't think that you want an LUA to be able to make repairs by SAS.


  2. Sorry for delay Seth...i dunno if this i finded by "mistake" but it solved my problem. 8)

    So,it was like this...hm..

    Start-type "Edit"in a Search box-find "Edit group policy"-go to: "Administrative Templates"-"All Settings"-double click and find "Always install with elevated privileges"-right click-Edit-select "Enabled"-OK.

    After i install the new version of SAS succesfully i go back and select "Not Configured",as was before.

    And - it works! I have an admin.privileges ,however,but how come that i must elevate it to install SAS?

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    You're welcome:)

    Those SAS files from your previous post should be of no consequence, and the file SBKUPNT.SYS relates to a program called SwissKnife.

    At this point I suggest you submit a customer support request and the SAS developers will assist you:

    https://www.superantispyware.com/csrcreateticket.html


  3. Thanks Seth - I'll try to install it from Safe Mode as you suggested.

    I'm using W7 32bit.If no hearing from me than it's O.K.

    However - if i come back than you're in trouble :-D

    LoL- Thanks again!

    Update:

    Well, i try but still without success :-(

    I have no infected files in my system.I perform a full scan of my PC with

    Kaspersky IS 2010 and old version of SAS - and nothing found.

    I was wondering - maybe the issue is in this,but i really dunno what

    the hell is going on :angry:

    Device Manager - View - Show hidden devices - Non-Plug and Play Drivers:

    I found 3 devices which is in correspondence with SAS Free Edition:

    All devices is working properly.

    SASDIFSV -Start Up Type - System

    SASENUM -Start Up Type - Demand

    SASKUTIL -Start Up Type - System

    SBKUPNT - this one start up automaticaly and it's in system 32 dir.

    C:\Windows\System32\drivers\SBKUPNT.SYS

    I'm not sure for this one?! Probably is not in relation to SAS.

    The question is: Should i delete them before i delete the old version of SAS?

    Sorry for bothering you but i just don't wanna another malware software except SAS. :rolleyes:

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