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Re: ProcessGuard 3.2 & Windows XP SP1

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Re: ProcessGuard 3.2 & Windows XP SP1

Unread postby Chachazz » December 23rd, 2005, 4:14 pm

DiamondCS ProcessGuard 3.2 released
@ Wilders SF - December 22, 2005
(no changelog issued yet)
IMPORTANT: If you have an existing ProcessGuard install you must uninstall and reboot before installing.

@Mele20
A word of warning to anyone with XP Home/Pro SP1: ProcessGuard 3.2 is missing the GUI when installed on this OS. This version was just released in a thread at Wilders and is not on the official DiamondCS site yet. However, already two of us with XP SP1 are reporting NO GUI! This is a serious bug because with no GUI it is terribly difficult to uninstall PG. It installs and runs but cannot be accessed because of no GUI and no systray icon. It has to be stopped from the Systray icon before it can be uninstalled.

So, unless you have imaged your OS recently, or trust System Restore, or install this on a guest virtual PC that you have done a recent snapshot on that you can revert to, don't install PG 3.2 yet on XP Home/Pro SP1. Users are reporting that it works fine on SP2.

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Unread postby Chachazz » December 23rd, 2005, 4:57 pm

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