If you didn't, reinstallation may not work. After uninstalling 6.0.7, use the guidance in the FAQ for removing the Task List and other Eraser traces before attemting to reinstall.Joel said:Did you install a nightly build prior to this?
Exact same result on my Win7 Home Premium 64bit.irvinsteiner said:I'm using 18.104.22.1683 on Windows 7 Professional. When I run the installer, it showed "A new version is installed".
Of course, I can just reinstall it again, just wanted to report the problem. Probably I can give more details about this problem.
Thanks for the reply. I managed to install the latest version after uninstalling the previous version.Joel said:I've managed to reproduce the bug here. As a workaround, users can uninstall older versions of Eraser before installing the new version.
Not in fact. Joel has traced the problem to the WiX install (.msi file) builder, which apparently does not regard the thousands digit in the build number as significant (!). I imagine that this has given Joel a rather significant configuration control problem.Mainframer said:Note the "8" is missing. Perhaps this is where the "newer version" problems lies?