Re: problem updating to NVDA 2018.1
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Yes, what account was the old version installed on and has the machine had its account privileges changed since the last version.toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
I seem to recall the new version does a lot more deletion of files in your system area than the old one used to.
If that is not the case then try to remove the old version using the old version of revo uninstaller. However, a word first.
make sure a restart does not allow you to install it, that is a complete restart of the machine, and make a portable copy somewhere on your machine of the old version with a manual shortcut to it on the desktop so you can get it back easily. make sure it copies all the settings etc when its created.
If none of that works, then I'll let others have a stab at it as they may well have seen it also.
Windows 7 can often fail to remove files for no apparent reason I found, but generally it will delete them on a restart.
I don't know what anti virus you are using, lets hope its not avast.
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