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  1. I have the same problem as jwsrcp. I am running the 32 bit version instead of the 64 bit version. I have uninstalled SeperAntiSpyware using the downloaded unstaller from the web site, reinstalled the latest version of SAS downloaded from the website, and set the parameters to "run as administrator." Everything is fine until I reboot my computer. When SAS reinstalls on bootup, it does not reinstall as administrator, so I get the "run as administrator" prompt when I try to download updates. I have posed this problem to SAS support, and have not received any solution. I have suggested to them that someone write a autoexec.bat file with the proper switches set that would load SAS as administrator version at bootup. To my knowledge, this has not been done yet. Any Takers? Thanks, Ed Wood
  2. Thanks, I'll give it a try. Regards, Ed
  3. Siliconman01, I tried that before I posted. The only scanned drives are C, D, & E. I have CD/DVD drives F, & G. It asks for a disk to be placed in drive F, before it will complete the scan. Any suggestions short of uninstalling SuperAntispyware Pro and reinstalling it? Regards, Ed
  4. When SAS ver. 4.29.1002 does a scan of my computer, it asks for a CD to be placed in my cd drive. I have tried to find a place in the setup to disable this request, but cannot find out how to do so. I have my SAS scan set to take place at around 3AM, & when I get up the next morning, SAS has not scanned my computer, but is waiting for the CD to be placed in the cd drive. Has anyone else had this problem, and how did you stop SAS from asking for the cd? Thanks, Ed
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