Eraser Update Error

Yinepuhotep

New Member
Resolved this problem by deleting the installation, running CCleaner, optimizing the HD, then reinstalling it.
 

Overwriter

Active Member
Hi :)

Thank you for reporting back with a resolution. It may help someone else later.

I will have a look at your other problem now.
 

Yinepuhotep

New Member
I figure it just confirms that, even when you're updating an installation, you should always uninstall the previous installation first, so there's no risk of bits of uninstalled code laying around to mess up the new installation.
 

Overwriter

Active Member
Yes, that is something I am always careful to do. I also usually use Ccleaner to clean the registry and also I reboot just to make sure !
 
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