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The SciTE4AutoIt3.exe keeps locking up my windows based computer whenever I attempt to install that program. It coughs and locks up when it attempts to run UpdateDefs.exe file. Same with the Beta Update for the SciTe editor with autoit.

What's up with SciTe releasing such a major bug in the installer?

Fatal Error:

Executing C:\Program Files\AutoIt3\SciTe\Defs\UpdateDefs.exe /s prod

Locks up the entire computer system and hangs it during the install!!!

This is being installed on a clean system, no prior versions of AutoIt nor SciTe existed, again I'm puzzled at the release of what looks like a great program with such a fatal problem.

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The SciTE4AutoIt3.exe keeps locking up my windows based computer whenever I attempt to install that program. It coughs and locks up when it attempts to run UpdateDefs.exe file. Same with the Beta Update for the SciTe editor with autoit.

What's up with SciTe releasing such a major bug in the installer?

SciTE4AutoIt3 is installed by a lot of people and you are the first that encounters this issue to my knowledge, but let me say first I always love people posting a "question" and offering their help to make things better... B)

The UpdateDefs.exe is actually an AutoIT script that enables you to swap between the Production and Beta definitions and will install the definition depending on what you have loaded on your PC.

Lets take this offline and work together to see if we can determine what the reason for this issue is.

Please PM/Email me the specifics of your installation like:

- In what directory do you have AutoIt3 installed ?

- Did you use the defaults in the SciTE4AutoIt3 installer or did you point it to a different Disk/Directory ?

This to enable me to replicate your problem and fix it...

Thanks

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