Reopening the issues:
I have disabled my antivirus software.
I have disabled my firewall.
I do not have the Logitech Process Monitor application (LVPrcSrv.exe) running.
I get this problem after doing all three of the above.
It is not reasonble to expect me to end processes. I do not know what are all the "monitoring processes" that I need
(or should) disable.
I have given you the log file of my error as an attachment to this problem ticket.
I can't even get the installer to install NB 6.5.1; much less use it! Your product sucks.
I can`t say for sure which of the running programs cased such behaviour.
I would suggest to end all processes one by one and running installer again and again to identify the problematic one.
I agree with you that it is stupid and crazy but unfortunately that is the only way to find out the program that has
such a bad and strange influence (we identified Logitech QuickCam service using such a method).
That would help other users in future to workaround similar problem quickly. We`ll also add that information in release
You can also try a testing program to speed up the process.
Please download the following zip file:
extract it to the empty directory, goto to this directory and run
"C:\Program Files (x86)\Java\jre6\bin\java.exe" -jar unpack.jar 100
This test jar will try to unpack 3 packed files (that goes in the zip archive) for 100 times.
If it does not fail, increase the last argument (100) to 1000 or 5000. If it does not fail even for 5000 (and installer
still fails) - please let me know I`ll tweak it to use problematic jars.
Then try to end all but the system the processes, one by one, and run this program after each ended process.
Start with ICO.EXE (Daemon Spy).
Thanks for your help.