I just installed system suite 9 on two computers. After installation they both slowed to a crawl. I was forced to uninstall the program which took an exceedingly long time. System sujite 7 and 8 both worked fine. Has anyone else experienced this problem? Thanks, Norm
i had the same problem with the slow down and the script errors. the slow down was fixed when i stopped the active protection and e-mail protection ( i have symantec for that) believe having the two running at the same time was causing my slow down. the script error was fixed by using the advice given here about disabling the data vault object. anyone have an idea what the data vault object did?
You have to run one suite at a time , if you are running both the suite than the speed was automatically slowed down . but after doig you again have to check wheather any windows file missed or not if missed than you hav to istall that again thats the major prob.
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The first thing I would try personally is to go to the Control Panel--> Add/Remove Programs--> Uninstall it.....Open My Computer--> C:/ (Hard Drive)--> Program Files and look to see if there are still any remaining files related to System Suite 9 if so right click and delete.
After you have done this close all the windows and clean your registry if you already have a registry repair tool use it now or download one free of charge HERE.
Now you will be able to reinstall System Suite 9, any conflicts it was having should be gone. If the problem persists then the problem is with another program and not system suite 9 itself.
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Restart you computer and when it's going to switch on press F8 several times until safemode displays. Click safemode then just follow path by ticking OK or yes. Go to user account that you always log on. Mouse over start menu and click control panel. Open Add/Remove program and uninstall from there suite 8. Then restart.
These suites get way to crazy because of how they try to force people not to copyright them. Within your install process a rootkit was installed and it wont come out of your computer...do what I did...
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I'm guessing that before you installed this software you had a lot of space on your hardrive.
Have you opted to perform a \recovery backup' or 'system restore', or something like that during the install? If so this may explain why it is taking up all this room.
What this would do is make a copy of everything on you computer into a backup file, effectively greatly reducing your available space.
Bring up Internet Explorer, click on tools, click manage add ons, click enable/ disable add ons, look at enabled add ons, disable Data Vault. Restart your computer. This will fix your script errors with System Suite 9 on Internet Explorer.