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  1. Install error: "Unable to execute..." SDWSCSvc.exe

    Hi,

    I've been using Spybot 2.1, and have uninstalled it to upgrade to 2.2. When I install 2.2 and reboot, I see this:


    Unable to execute file:
    C:\Program Files (x86)\Spybot\SDWSCSvc.exe...
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    Tea Timer can't "play nice"

    Spybot is great. I'd like to keep the Tea Timer real-time monitor running, too, but it slows my system down too much.

    I have a reasonably fast dual-core notebook PC, and I keep it well maintained....
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    Yes, mine too. Thanks for the awesome software.

    Yes, mine too. Thanks for the awesome software.
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    Yes, I'm having the same problem. I've just...

    Yes, I'm having the same problem.

    I've just reinstalled XP (SP2) and Spybot 1.6.0.30 (with Tea Timer 1.6.3.25). Tea Timer "hangs" when I try to exit XP. I must click a button to end it manually.
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    Two small suggestions

    Spybot 1.5 is great! Thanks for the improved Update interface. I'm sure it's much clearer for many people.

    Two small suggestions:

    After a successful update, it might be helpful to show a...
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    Cool! Thanks!

    Cool! Thanks!
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    Tea Timer suggestion

    How about adding a "Check for updates" command to Tea Timer's context menu?

    This occurred to me because AVG, the anti-virus app I use, lets you right-click its system-tray icon and click "Check...
  8. Fixed: Tarma Installer--spyware? No, Tarma installers are not spyware.

    Hi,

    Why does Spybot consider Tarma Installer a threat? Softpedia has given Tarma its "100% Clean" award:

    http://www.softpedia.com/progClean/Tarma-Installer-Clean-17620.html

    So what's...
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    Thanks, that's good to know. But how were we...

    Thanks, that's good to know. But how were we supposed to know the X was even a button? I thought it was just an icon---you know, "X, this is blocked." :scratch:
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