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Petter Fossum

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  1. Thanks for the tips Stephen ! Tried to remove .Net (both as you mentioned), but no success. Also tried to reinstall VC. Is there any debugging tools available? /Petter
  2. It turned about to be a very short-lived solution šŸ˜• I was able to run PFPX (start, update routes etc.) after uninstallation of KB (and restart), but after a second restart I'm no longer able to start PFPX (back to not responding). *arrrgh* something .net at least Any tips for some detailed/verbose alternatively some debugging options that can be enabled?
  3. *lol* had I bother to check around a bit more. The problem is KB4506991, that was relased mid-july. Removed it and it works again.
  4. I still have this problem. I've tried to uninstall and reinstall with the latest VC+ packages, but no luck. I must admit I'm not a frequent flyer so haven't used PFPX since June of this year. One thing I find strange though is that even though PFPX doesn't respond, task manager reports that it uses about 8% of the CPU (so something is doing something). Is there any verbose logs etc. that could shed some light onto this? I'm using W10 1903.
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