Avira antivir not manually updating

06-Jan-2020 20:58

Update Driver For Plug And Play Devices failed, Get Last Error=1460 failed. I have also tried installing tap-windows-9.21.1and get the following error. I found it smart to also update my VPN application just after, which in turn tried to update TAP-driver to v 9.21.1 (I was using 9.009 before that and it worked for months on 8.1)... that must be the longer 7 days at googling and trying every way to get past the installer : I tried rebooting, installing drivers and manually delete or disable meanwhile or after Tap-windows 9.21.1 setup stopped...

.712 ndv: .714 ndv: .714 ndv: Waiting for device post-install to complete. ndv: Timed out waiting for device post-install to complete. That said, there are 5 people in this report having issues, so the problem must be fairly widespread. The more recent uninstallers bundled in recent Open VPN installers may or may not remove all traces of (really) old Open VPN versions.Now I think the problem is not related with *my* config or parameters but more a tricky behaviour of the pilot which does not satisfy windows 10 Here is an extract of c:\Windows\INF\log : flq: Copying 'C:\WINDOWS\System32\Driver Store\File Repository\oemvista.inf_amd64_690431ea2d4f48b2\tap0901.sys' to 'C:\WINDOWS\System32\drivers\tap0901.sys'. Since it doesn't come, the installer just put a dummy component and... I hope this feedback can help you find out what goes wrong ?cpy: Existing file 'C:\WINDOWS\System32\drivers\tap0901.sys' remains unchanged. sto: dvi: Install Device: Configuring device (oem78.inf:tap0901,tap0901.ndi). standard 64-bit 2.3.8 installer worked just fine on a fresh Windows 10 Pro 64-bit VM.links auf andere internetseiten werden nicht permanent kontrolliert.somit bernehmen wir keine verantwortung fr den inhalt verlinkter information and statements in this web site are provided without warranty or guarantee.

.712 ndv: .714 ndv: .714 ndv: Waiting for device post-install to complete. ndv: Timed out waiting for device post-install to complete. That said, there are 5 people in this report having issues, so the problem must be fairly widespread. The more recent uninstallers bundled in recent Open VPN installers may or may not remove all traces of (really) old Open VPN versions.Now I think the problem is not related with *my* config or parameters but more a tricky behaviour of the pilot which does not satisfy windows 10 Here is an extract of c:\Windows\INF\log : flq: Copying 'C:\WINDOWS\System32\Driver Store\File Repository\oemvista.inf_amd64_690431ea2d4f48b2\tap0901.sys' to 'C:\WINDOWS\System32\drivers\tap0901.sys'. Since it doesn't come, the installer just put a dummy component and... I hope this feedback can help you find out what goes wrong ?cpy: Existing file 'C:\WINDOWS\System32\drivers\tap0901.sys' remains unchanged. sto: dvi: Install Device: Configuring device (oem78.inf:tap0901,tap0901.ndi). standard 64-bit 2.3.8 installer worked just fine on a fresh Windows 10 Pro 64-bit VM.links auf andere internetseiten werden nicht permanent kontrolliert.somit bernehmen wir keine verantwortung fr den inhalt verlinkter information and statements in this web site are provided without warranty or guarantee."="tap0901", importing the whole key when is was missing...