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    UXStyle v 0.2.4.2 on Build 10166


    Hi everyone

    Has anyone had this problem installing UXStyle Community Edition version 0.2.4.2 on Windows 10166? When I click on the INSTALL button I get the message "Uh, oh, something went wrong" There is a link to a log file. See picture and log file attached.

    UXStyle v 0.2.4.2 on Build 10166-uxstyle_fail.jpg

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  2. Cliff S's Avatar
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    I haven't tried 10166, but I just went to the site and that's still the "latest version". They probably have to update it again, maybe some links received new names or something.
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  3. Mystere's Avatar
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    Justdave said:
    Hi everyone

    Has anyone had this problem installing UXStyle Community Edition version 0.2.4.2 on Windows 10166? When I click on the INSTALL button I get the message "Uh, oh, something went wrong" There is a link to a log file. See picture and log file attached.

    UXStyle v 0.2.4.2 on Build 10166-uxstyle_fail.jpg

    Attachment 24420

    JustDave
    Looking at your logs, its failing on a number of things that look like you aren't running the installer with elevated privilegs.. does it pop up a uac dialog when you run it? If not, run as administrator
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    Mystere said:
    Looking at your logs, its failing on a number of things that look like you aren't running the installer with elevated privilegs.. does it pop up a uac dialog when you run it? If not, run as administrator
    Mystere,

    No, UAC dialog did not appear and I did right click on the file and select 'Run as Administrator'. No luck there. Have you installed it on 10166?

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  5. Mystere's Avatar
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    No, I don't use it... I just looked at your logfile... it shows that it can't create a restore point or any other administrative function...

    you could try starting an administrative (elevated) command prompt, then in the prompt typing the application name.
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  6. blackroseMD1's Avatar
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    Had the exe sitting on my desktop, figured this thread was a perfect excuse to go ahead and install it.

    Installed fine on 10166 for me.

    UXStyle v 0.2.4.2 on Build 10166-untitled.png
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    blackroseMD1 said:
    Had the exe sitting on my desktop, figured this thread was a perfect excuse to go ahead and install it.

    Installed fine on 10166 for me.

    UXStyle v 0.2.4.2 on Build 10166-untitled.png
    BlackroseMD1,

    Not fair!! lol. Why won't it install for me? I tried Mystere's suggestion of using CMD with Adminstrator Priveleges to run the UXStyle executable but that didn't work either

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  8. Cliff S's Avatar
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    Are you using a 3rd party Anti Virus? If yes try whitelisting(create an exclusion) for UXStyles.exe.
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    Cliff S said:
    Are you using a 3rd party Anti Virus? If yes try whitelisting(create an exclusion) for UXStyles.exe.
    Cliff S,

    no third party and I turned off Windows Defender. Great suggestion, though...thanks

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  10. Mystere's Avatar
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    The log mentioned something about unable to pause Windows Updates... Looking at the error, I came across this:

    wix-users - Wix 3.6 Burn - Automatic Updates could not be paused

    (wix is the installer app).

    You may try doing a component store repair, and sfc /scannow, then rebooting.
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