Author Topic: Version Discrepancy for Tweaking.com - Windows Repair 2021 v.4.11.1 Pro Version  (Read 1678 times)

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In my Tweaking.com - Windows Repair 2021 v.4.11.1 Pro Version the final output screen lists the Version as 2009 but I have 20H2 according to my System Settings.

The OS Build appears to be correct as 10.0.19042.804 on the final output screen for my Tweaking.com - Windows Repair 2021 v.4.11.1 Pro Version as my System Settings says I have Windows 10 Home Edition and OS Build 19042.804.

Please see the attached files named _Windows_Repair_Log.txt and System Settings.jpg.

Please advise?

Thanks!

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I only see your System Settings.jpg and none for the WR output.

Can you re-post what WR is reporting and where.

It's a bit too late for me here in the UK to run WR to see what it reports for my Win 10 Home 19042.844
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I can open and view _Windows_Repair_Log.txt from the Forum on Tweaking.com.

What do you mean by "Can you re-post what WR is reporting and where."?

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When I look at your pic, all I can see is your system specs with a large white blank area to its right.

I don't know if this is where the WR txt log is supposed to be viewed, which is why I've asked you to re-post the txt.

I also find confusing when you mention you have two final output screens.

I've just run the first 5 repairs on WR and the only WR txt log I get is in my pic which shows the correct version I have installed.
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I cannot believe you cannot follow my instructions!    :rolleyes:

You are just clicking on the the thumbnail picture displayed in the post which is only for my Windows System Settings.jpg file in my original post.

There is a file attached in my original post named _Windows_Repair_Log.txt.

You need to click on it to download it, open it and view it as it will display the Windows Repair log which is the final output screen for my Tweaking.com - Windows Repair 2021 v.4.11.1 Pro Version.

Then compare both files to see that they do not match.

Also, I never mentioned that I have "two final output screens".


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Sorry - I misread your opening post.

It looked like the link for the WR txt was a link to your pic which is why I didn't click on it.

I see what you mean by it identifying your version as that for 2009.

On checking mine, I see that also gives it for 2009 although it gives the correct build as does yours.

However, I'll pass this onto Shane.
« Last Edit: March 05, 2021, 03:13:52 PM by Boggin »
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Tom,
Please keep me informed of any updates.
Thanks!,
Don Zimmermann

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I've had a reply back from Shane and he's told me he's working on an update this weekend.

Was your machine upgraded to Win 10 from Win 7 as was mine.

I was wondering if the 2009 related to the release date of Win 7.

I've asked Shane if this could have been the cause.
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Hi Don,

I've had a reply back from Shane regarding the 2009 and that is the build number of Win 10 and not a date, although I found it confusing as well. :)

Best Regards,

Tom.
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I think Shane is incorrect.

According to Start | Settings | System | About | Windows specifications the 19042.804 is the OS Build, the 20H2 is the Version and Windows 10 Home is the Edition for my PC per the System Settings.jpg.

Please advise?

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I can only go by what Shane tells me but I'll take it up with him again.
Tom.

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I've just had this reply from Shane, although I haven't checked it out yet - busy doing something else.

Look at the main window of the program at the bottom left. Also in windows go to setting system and about version 2009 shows as 20H2

Considering there isnt any date code in the program for that log file line and also
How it knows to use the reg files in the 2009 files. It isn't a date.
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I did not understand Shanes's reply.

I still think I am correct.

It is no big deal to me as I just wanted to let TWR know about the discrepancy according to my understanding.

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It will be tomorrow before I get a chance to look at it as it's almost roost time for - it's about 11.30pm here in the UK.
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If you open WR you will see at the bottom left the reference to 2009 but if you Google for about 2009 version of win 10 you will see many references to 2009 and 20H2.

From those you will see that Shane is correct in that 2009 is not a date and given his high level of expertise in Windows, he should know what he's talking about.

The 2009 version was an Oct 2020 update.

Tom.