I meant when a user first installs Eraser, as in the settings if left as standard for file erasing (not recycle bin) as found in the options / preferences.There's no such thing as a "Default" erase pass for the recycle bin erase pass.
Because the C++ runtime is one really large beast and Vista won't let anyone touch the native assembly cache. The only way to ensure that the runtime is always up to date is by making sure that the runtime is always installed.andreasm1982 said:why does it install C++ runtime everytime I install a new beta version?
Is it possible to improve installer that it only installs it when C++ runtime isn't installed ?
I would believe then that the main Eraser application is affected to.retalv said:Bug in "Eraser: Verify" in the selection of file ...
After selecting "Browse", if you click with the right mouse button on any file or folder on the "Chose File / Folder" window you get an "Exception ACCESS_VIOLATION (0x0000005) at address 0x7820221d." and the aborting of application.
I understand that it is not a vital problem, but yet in beta ...
Please bug this.FlyingHorse said:Tried 5.85 Beta 6 on Vista x64. No context menus on Recycle bin or in Windows Explorer.
Noticed that a 32-bit installer was used and that Eraser installation defaulted to the C:\Program Files (x86) instead of C:\Program Files.
The .dll's appeared to have been properly installed into C:\Windows\Sysnative as they should be.