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the core definition of SAS won't change..

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i just download the SAS free edition for my desktop

after i installed it and run the SAS update

the core definition remain the same as i the first time i downloaded the SAS

although it already said, the download is finished. But the core won't change.

And if i update it again, it crash my desktop...

OMG :( :(

somebody please helpp...

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i just download the SAS free edition for my desktop

after i installed it and run the SAS update

the core definition remain the same as i the first time i downloaded the SAS

although it already said, the download is finished. But the core won't change.

And if i update it again, it crash my desktop...

OMG :( :(

somebody please helpp...

Try downloading our 4.2 pre-release.

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i have downloaded the SAS pre released... it is the same...

is SAS compatible with vista sp1 fully update? because i also used SAS on my desktop XP SP3, and it work great.

O... I just love SAS, but now i am not able to use it again... ;(

is it my registry broken or SAS have conflict with my recent bitdefender firewall.. but i don't think bitdefender is the problem, with my avast, the SAS also has the same problem..

please admin help me...

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Keep tapping F8 as soon as you turn on the computer. From the boot menu that will appear, use the arrow keys to select "Safe Mode With Networking" and press enter. Now update SAS and see if the core changes. Note that this experiment will only work if there actually is a SAS update at the time you check.

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problem solved...

i just found out, that there is a roaming folder on vista

it seems that SAS uninstaller didn't erase this SAS roaming file and it crashed with my new installed SAS.

So the solution is:

1. boot up in safe mode

2. search SAS roaming files and delete it!

3. run uninstaller from SAS.

4. restart your computer

5. install the SAS

6. and the update work like charms without any crash.

thanks for all ur reply

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