Re: More addaware help please?

when you pressed ins+0, did you also press ctrl+s and then close the script 
manager?

to see if the scripts are working properly, if you tab through the ad-aware 
main window, you will find that each item in the window is spoken.  if the 
items are not spoken, you do not have the scripts working properly.  When 
you perform a scan, are you certain that you are doing a full system scan? 
are you certanin that when the scan has complete that there are items to be 
removed?  you should check this before pressing ctrl+n to go to the next 
dialog.  If you then press ctrl+m, does it say that items have been selected 
for removal?  If not, there is a problem if there are items that should be 
removed.  I have found that on some systems, the scripts do not seem to work 
and I'm trying to get to the bottom of it.  If you are using windows xp, you 
need to set your color depth to 32-bit and your display resolution to 
1024x768 and you need to set your taskbar to not be always on top of other 
windows.  I'm not sure how to solve any problems with windows.98 but I have 
not seen a system running on windows.98 on which the scripts are not 
working.

Johnnie Apple Seed

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Chris Judd" <chrischas0713@xxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Sunday, October 10, 2004 12:44 PM
Subject: More addaware help please?


Hey all,
Well, I tried all of your suggestions and I am still having trouble.

Let me tell you exactly what I did, so maybe that might give all of you a 
better idea of my problem.
First, I opened addaware and pressed insert 0 to compile the scripts.  Then, 
I did an addawear scan and found 8 objects.  I pressed control n for next, 
then I pressed control m to check all of the items.  Then I pressed control 
n to go to the dialogue that says 8 objects removed okay, but this time I 
routed my pc cursor to my jfw cursor and it told me that there were no 
objects selected.
So, do I get an older version of addaware or do I get an older version of 
the scripts?
Thanks,
Chris
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