Alberto & LF.
like I have jumped the gun & came to the wrong conclusion !!
realised that in restoring the Windows o/s to an earlier time I had also
removed a program which I had installed about the same time as the Windows
update. So I installed that piece of software & found to my dismay that Winrad
would not run again.
removed the program & Winrad worked OK again.
carried out the Windows o/s upgrade & after completion & a reboot
Winrad continued to operate OK. That proved the other software was at fault
& not the security upgrade.
program which caused the problem is :-
Express 7 Essentials, a free CD/DVD burning suite which came with my latest optical
drive hardware upgrade.
have to find something to replace that bit of software.
Another one bites the dust ? , I dont use it , but if its
like the other 'windows' based softare , unless you paid 'bill' enough
to buy a nice boat and the house to keep it in ,, you dident get the
secret access 'calls' so now as they close the 'links' , oh,
ment , issued security upgardes (how long has the prog worked?) usefull
software stopps working ... with the advent of vesta (latest boil in the bag
system) a lot more packages will fall over ...
Only way is to run old windows versions or as in some
cases windows 98 se .i'm running my ebay special morrow spectrum analyser
on the original issue windows 95 .. may be some or one of the new alternative
operating systems may offer a way out, but this is going to be a big
problem, jason fell a while ago ?
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Sunday, June 22,
2008 12:30 PM
Subject: LF: RE: Winrad
problem MORE INFO
addition to the described situation.
when I uninstalled the Windows update Winrad did not run, only after restoring
Windows XP to the earlier time would allow Winrad to run OK.
Hi Alberto & LF,
After Windows XP security update number
KB951376 I find that Winrad will not run.
I have tried uninstalling, deleteing,
removal from registry & downloading again etc & cannot get Winrad to
run. I also found that I was unable to delete the folder even after Winrad
uninstall or Windows remove programs. I got the Windows message “Cannot
Delete Winrad.exe : access is denied”. After a PC reboot I was able to
remove the Winrad folder.
BUT after restoring Windows to a time
previous to the installation of the Windows update the program Winrad will run
Has anyone else had a similar problem &
is there a solution other than not installing the Windows security update?
Gary - G4WGT - IO83QP.
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