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Feb 13, 2018 at 12:03 am #10391426
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If you have any issues with SyvirSen the following may help you….
Inaccurate 3D model.
SyvirSen builds a 3D model of the target PC based on Windows WMI data.
If this data is incomplete or wrong this will be reflected in the 3D model.
PC vendors don’t always supply complete WMI data….
Inaccurate hardware inventory
SyvirSen makes an inventory list of the target PC based on Windows WMI data.
If this data is incomplete or wrong this will be reflected in inventory list.
Inaccurate diagnostics information.
SyvirSen receives diagnostics information from target PC based on Windows WMI data.
If this data is incomplete or wrong this will be reflected in the diagnostics information produced by SyvirSen.
Please check your network connections. (Message)
Check that your computer is part of a LAN. You need to make sure local computers on the network are visible on the LAN.
Access denied to (IP ADDRESS) (Message)
This is releated to problems accessing WMI services on the target P.C
1. WMI Services are not running on the target PC.
2. Remote Desktop service not running.
3. Firewall blocking SyvirSen.
Support pages for SyvirSen
http://www.syvir.com/Support/sen/Default.aspxFeb 13, 2018 at 2:22 am #10392807
Hello, I would like to download the real installer in my browser, not the ‘hub’ My browser’s downloader works fine and so I don’t like using external ‘downloaders’ can you please give me the link to the actual installer, not the hub?Feb 13, 2018 at 3:02 am #10393176
long time friend of SOS, but this one has me concerned.
Install does not install but downloads a zip file.
I unzipped and ran setup only to be told I had out of date files and if OK would have to restart windows.
NOT A GOOD SIGN.
Since I have no clue what files were old, I will not install.Feb 13, 2018 at 3:52 am #10393640
SYVIR TechnologiesFeb 13, 2018 at 3:53 am #10393652
SYVIR TechnologiesFeb 13, 2018 at 5:24 am #10394577
Sorry, but to me your answer to Bob Levy’s post seems somewhat incomplete.
For those of us who are average computer users, it is a bit puzzling why your program starts searching for, and needs to replace, some old files.
So, my question is: what files, specifically, are being replaced? And why?Feb 13, 2018 at 5:30 am #10394620
antiquanted install…install directory selection problems…wants me to determine to keep or replace a .dll…once running could figure how to connect to network…failed during uninstall…junkFeb 13, 2018 at 7:20 am #10395566
[@consuella] Ok, the files are Microsoft extensions that are installed if not present in your windows/system directory these will have been installed by other programs on your computer. However its better to keep the existing versions of these as well as install the ones with our software. Most software uses these files to enable it to work…I hope that helps…Feb 13, 2018 at 8:26 am #10396013
Struggled through the antiquated install and entered the license. Did a network scan and received error “Unable to retrieve network node list”. Then I get another message “Restart program to make network changes”. When I restart the program, it is unlicensed, i.e. it says it is the free version. Good idea for a program, bad execution.Feb 13, 2018 at 12:07 pm #10397628
Useless shit… Don’t install don’t waste time…