January 2006


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Alison Pechenick <[log in to unmask]>
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Technology Discussion at UVM <[log in to unmask]>
Wed, 11 Jan 2006 09:06:33 -0500
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Yes, that's the same error message I received, on the third try.  The 
RarSFX folder exists, but no file.  The follow-on message 
directed me to verify that the file "could be found" elsewhere on my 
hard drive, and then click "retry".

On the first two tries, the batch file started, but then the console 
window disappeared within seconds, with no evidence of an install in 

On the fourth try, the install worked properly (so I think, anyway!!: 
there's no shield icon showing in my tray, but rtvscan.exe is running).

I didn't have to reinstall SAV 9.



Chip Sawyer wrote:
> I am also experiencing that problem with the managed SAV 10.0.2 install on
> my XP SP2 PC.  It stops at a message saying that it can't find
> ...\Temp\RarSFX1\ and asks me to retry, which never works.  I have
> gone looking for the file, and it is not elsewhere on my computer.  Now I
> have to re-install my old SAV 9.
> Could you please let us all know when this is fixed?
> Thanks,
> Chip
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> On Tue, 10 Jan 2006 14:44:27 -0500, Alison Pechenick
> <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>>Has anyone else had difficulty with the managed (on-campus)
>>installation?  It took me four tries to get the batch file to proceed
>>completely and without error (XP/SP2).
>>Just a heads-up:  the defs file dates back to early September.
>>Stefanie Ploof wrote:
>>>If you are using your laptop for UVM business at UVM, the on-campus
>>>version is recommended.
>>Alison Pechenick, Lecturer
>>Department of Computer Science
>>College of Engineering & Mathematical Sciences
>>351 Votey Building
>>University of Vermont
>>Burlington, VT 05405

Alison Pechenick, Lecturer
Department of Computer Science
College of Engineering & Mathematical Sciences
351 Votey Building
University of Vermont
Burlington, VT 05405