Mickt

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  1. Hi Chemist,

     

    So far, so good :unsure:

     

    Now for the big test - updating to the new version and getting the latest Defs.

    @ Mickt,

     

    As you can see, Chemist is getting there - sorry it didn't work for you.

     

    I'm afraid that I'm out of ideas - will wait for some feedback from LS.

     

    Regards,

     

    Spike

     

    Thanks for your help Spike - it really is appreciated.

     

    I'll wait out for now.

     

    Cheers,

     

    Mickt


  2. Spike,

     

    I downloaded the previous version v.7.0.2.5 from filehippo.com. It installed right away at my first attempt.

     

    Thanks!

     

    Thanks Spike,

     

    I've downloaded the version you directed me to but it resulted in the same error message recurring.

     

    Wonder if Chemist experienced the same outcome...?

     

    Cheers,.

     

    Mickt


  3. Hi Mickt,

     

    First of all, make sure that you have uninstalled AAW SE Personal.

     

    Next, please follow the steps in my post here: ad-aware 2007, download problems

     

    Choose the instructions for your OS - remember to type in exactly as quoted, including any spaces. There are screen shots for Windows 2000 or XP.

     

    Once you have completed this, try installing AAW 2007 Free again.

     

    Regards,

     

    Spike

     

    Hi Spike,

     

    Uninstalled AAW SE Personal

     

    Followed the screen shots for XP as per your post - and succeeded.

     

    Clicked on aaw2007 to install but error message was returned "aaw2007.exe is not a valid Win32 application"

     

    Look forward to your response (thanks so far, by the way)

     

    Cheers!

     

    Mickt


  4. Spike,

     

    I had a similar outcome to Gramma Wenni, in that I got the 'successful' message.

     

    However, when I clicked on the installation file it still returned the "aaw2007exe is not a valid Win32" message. I run an XP machine.

     

    Tell me it's something really simple please...?

     

    Cheers,

     

    Mickt