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  1. Many thanks, Seth! Working fine now. frise91
  2. Hi everyone, I've just found this forum, although I've been running the professional version of SuperAntiSpyware for many months on a Vista system. I just did a clean install of Windows 7 Home Premium x64 and am encountering problems with database updates. When the SuperAntiSpyware Update pops up in the system tray, it shows the option to Download and Install the Updates Now. When I click on this, however, I receive an error that update must be run from an account with administrative privileges. Then when I attempt to manually update through the SuperSpyware menu, it tells me that database definitions are up to date. My questions are: 1. How do I get the pop-up to recognize that I'm running from an account with admin privileges? 2. How do I know whether there are database updates? In other words, is the pop-up erroneous? I didn't find a similar issue posted here, but if I've missed it, please point me to the correct thread. TIA to whomever might be able to assist me. Frise91
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