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Problem with rename/move files or folders


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silenec, you do realize that this is not just vLite issue?

I recommend reinstall on Monday when new vLite is out, and think twice will you install that hotfix before it's officially out.

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i'm running x64 ultimate here, and the fix works for me :thumbup

and just so it's clear, is the problem fixed by integrating the hotfixes first, then running vlite on it? even if i remove a few of the components listed previously?

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cheers nuhi

your da man,

naturally i find this fix after i reinstall windows, yes the problem re-occured after i installed THESE updates

it is the updates stopping you rename etc etc

but it did go away with that reg file =)

yipeeee

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I got windows vista 32 bit and i did not do any hot fixes beta etc and i got the same issue i can not rename it gives me the error as the topic creator showed.how can i fix this can some one please explain the steps to me THANKS!

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when i try to double click it the reg file opens in note pad,when i go to the registry program that registers the reg file in the system 32 i get a error about checking my system for it being compatible with the windows i am running

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Extract it to a specific location, lets say C:\

then go Start - Run (or Win+R) - type:

regedit c:\fd.reg

or whatever the reg file name was. It should popup something about merging.

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the problem has been fixed and will be released on the new version on vLite on tomorrow(monday), it says this information on vlite homepage. If you integrate the hotfix it works fine on x86 and x64. Just wait until tomorrow

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