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I closed the error message and ran it anyway. The reason was there were too many hesitations and I've found that something in the program fixes that problem. It worked.

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I've tried to use 4.4.9 on two different Win 10 1903 computers and get an error message on both "Could not find the required files for repair ..."

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My guess is that Quicken Support would not be interested in helping somebody with 8 year old software.

By the way, my wife has had no problems with permissions since the OS reset.

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OK, I have run the "repair install" as you suggested, and have updated it back to 17134.165 (yesterday's cumulative update). Everyhthing looks good now. She has no problems saving files. her Quicken opens as it should. And I just hope that 3 days from now she doesn't wake me from my morning dreams and tell me she cannot save any files (again).

Oh, by the way ... my kudos to Tweaking.com for their great software. I've been using it for years and it has saved my behind many times. It's about time I purchase the license. They've earned their money.

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Just this AM, the Windows Repair "Permissions" (repair 1, 2, and 3) was run to repair my wifes problem saving Word files and after the repair, all her quicken files became visible opening the application, so that problem was fixed (probably temporarily) with something done during job 1, job 2 , and/or job 3. I shall try the "repair install". I do have a copy of build 17134 on a bootable USB stick, and a copy of the latest cumulative update to that, 17134.165 on another USB stick (having 8 Windows 10 computers almost necessitates downloading these once and saving them rather than downloading them 8 times).

Thanks for the suggestion, I should have thought it myself, but somehow overlooked that solution. I'll give myself 30 lashes with a wet noodle for punishment. 

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My wife depends on me to keep her computer running properly and she constantly seems to have "Permissions" problems. She cannot save Word Files is an example of her problems. Another is the failure of her Quicken 2010 application from populating. Tweaking.com's Windows Repair always fixes the problems, but they reoccur constantly ... my guess is (I am not sure of this) that every time she shuts down her machine and reboots the problems return. She then reports the problem to me and I run the "Permissions" repair (1, 2, and 3) part of Windows Repair. Everything is fine again until ... well, I'm not sure, maybe a reboot?

Anybody have any ideas about this? I do not want to do this, but I'm thinking about wiping the drive and reinstalling everything, but I'd prefer a less drastic repair.

Thank you for any help you can provide.

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Tweaking.com Programs & Site Help & Support / Re: No windows.7z
« on: April 11, 2018, 01:31:09 PM »
the version I had was downloaded from MajorGeeks, so I downloaded the portible version from Tweaking.com. I placed the new Portable version on the desktop, booted into the safe mode, executed the repair, and it is working. I must have gotten a bad version from MajorGeeks.

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Tweaking.com Programs & Site Help & Support / Re: No windows.7z
« on: April 11, 2018, 01:01:43 PM »
I was using the portable version of 4.0.0.16. I shall download it again and report here the results.

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Tweaking.com Programs & Site Help & Support / No windows.7z
« on: April 10, 2018, 03:56:25 PM »
I've run Windows Repair on two separate computers today, and the application finds on both of them that there is a missing file.  The application says

"Missing file: files \permissions \7 \ windows.7z"

Because of this, the application will not run.

What do I do?

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Yes, I believe MS should fix their application as soon as they can, but I would not rely on them to do so. If making changes to 4.0.15 is relatively easy, I would not wait for MS to do their thing. If MS takes a week to fix it, Windows Repair 4.0.15 is dead in the water for those folks using Defender, and Tweaking.com's chances to sell Professional  Versions of this software are lessened, even after MS makes the fix, as some folks will decide their free trial failure is enough not to come back for the next version.   

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After much consternation while trying to place the portable version of 4.0.0.15 onto my hard drive and then pinning a shortcut on the taskbar, my preferred method of installation, I did this ... 1. I turned off Defender "Real-Time Protection" 2. Downloaded the portable version of 4.0.0.15, 3. Extracted the download, 4. Placed the extracted file in the location I prefer, 6. Pinned the .exe onto the taskbar, and 7. Excluded the 4.0.0.15 folder in the location where I placed it.

But I agree with ergo (above) who said that the user should not have to go through all this hassle in order to use the software. Tweaking.com should have tested the software against all the major AV applications before releasing it. That said, however,  fabrikator mentioned that defender did not catch the (in this case) false positive at the time it was released. It was only after an Defender update that the false positive was reported. So, in this case, the problem was not with Tweaking.com. But the problem did become tweaking.com's when the false reports started coming, and they must fix the problem as soon as possible. I expect a new version, 4.0.0.16 with the fix out soon.

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And as soon as he does, I will download it. Thanks.

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It was the repair window that came up, not the user account control. And no, unless I run it again, I cannot get a snap shot of it. If you would like, I could run it again, but that takes some time. I was in Safe Mode when it occured.

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One of the things I did was to check the box to keep the App Window "on Top". If I had not done this, I would have noticed the request (Y/N) to run the repair.

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Whoops, I decided to minimize the Windows Repair Window and I found a Window underneath requesting permission to run the repair, I typed "Y" and the repair restarted, finished and is now working on repair 38 (the App Store).

All seems to be ok, but I've never had to authorize a repair while the program is running in the past. I suggest that somebody at tweaking.com look into this apparent bug before thousands of other folks have the same problem.

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