Subject Re: EXE will not run Windows 10
From Greg Lockwood <greg.lockwood@ksgroup.com.au>
Date Mon, 12 Oct 2020 02:44:45 -0400
Newsgroups dbase.getting-started

Gaetano Wrote:

> On 12/10/2020 14:44, Greg Lockwood wrote:
> > If anyone has any ideas it would be appreciated. I am very concerned now. Thanks.
>
> Have you checked the Windows Event logs? there might be some indication
> in there.
>
> click the Start button and type "Event" - select Event Viewer, look
> under the Application, Security and System sections for any possible
> indications.
>
> As Ken suggested, try disabling the anti-virus - Bitdefender was
> silently blocking my apps after a few runs and it would not warn of any
> issues for another several attempts (they have put a global exception in
> place further to a ticket I raised). Anti-viruses have bitten me twice
> in the past 3 years... Some anti-viruses have advanced threat protection
> with algorithms to scan for supposedly malicious software, check if
> there is a quarantine section in your antivirus software. It's a long
> shot because in a corporate environment you probably all have the same
> anti-virus, so this cause is unlikely to explain why it works on some
> computers and not on others...
>
> Have you checked users profiles (access rights to program and data folders)?
>
> dBase has error log files too. Not sure if that kind of issue would
> reflect in there. My error Log was not enabled (Option 4 - show errors,
> instead of option 5: show and log errors), so I cannot tell what that
> log would show, but perhaps the experts of the inner mechanics of dBase
> can confirm whether this is worth a shot.
>
> Good luck,
> Gaetano.

Thanks Gaetano. I will check events log and AV