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  1. No, it happens every time I run a scan. I am using the latest definitions and the "private" 64-bit version of SAS.
  2. Yes, same thing happened to me but I was running a full scan.
  3. I had exactly the same annoying problem on my Windows 7 (64-bit) system, with the web page popping up when SuperAntiSpyware started. Uninstalling and reinstalling the program seems to have fixed it.
  4. And for me too. However, I tried it on my daughter's laptop (also Win 7 Pro x64) and it messed up the boot sequence, "freezing" the screen as the Win 7 logo swirls around and forms. Fortunately I had an Acronis image of the C drive so was able to restore things to how they were before installing SuperAntiSpyware. The program's obviously not fully Win 7 compatible at the moment.
  5. I'm running Win7 RC 7137 32-bit and, as I said, SAS doesn't work for me!
  6. I installed the latest (supposedly Win7 compatible) version on my 32-bit Windows 7 PC and it made the system seize up on boot. I had to go into Safe mode and uninstall SuperAntiSpyware in order to get my system running again. My advice is to AVOID this program until they've really sorted out their incompatibility problems with Win7. At present, it's not working.
  7. Yes, I too am keenly awaiting a Windows 7 compatible version of SAS. Windows 7 is supposed to be virtually "uncrashable" but installing SAS immedoiately brings a BSOD!
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