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ACD See Files Corrupted

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I keep getting the message that some of my ACD See files may be corrupted.
This doesn't register on any of the malware/av scans that I've done.

How can I fix these?

The 'Help' gives the following instructions:

To repair your installation:

Click Start.

Select Settings.

Select Control Panel.

Double-click Add/remove Programs.

Find and select the application name in the list.

Click Change.

Click Next.

Select Repair.

Click Next.

Click Install.

Click Finish.

But I don't see a 'Change' option and don't want to uninstall.

Edited by metaxy6, 24 August 2005 - 04:00 PM.

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You're probably not getting much aid because your description isn't complete. What help file is this? If it's the Windows file it may only apply to Windows software. You will prbably have to use your installation media or go to the ACDsee website to get corrected versions of the bad files, or to diagnose your program.

You can run System File Checker to correct any corrupt Windows files that ACDsee might be using. Just go Start, Run, type in sfc, hit OK.

If you start getting corrupt files and you haven't had any malware I highly recommend that you run scandisk to rule out disk errors, use the thorough mode to test all the surface.
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