Windows folder executables

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Windows folder executables

#1 Post by GregT » 19.09.2017, 18:26

I'm having a problem with FreeCommander XE when opening any executable directly in the Windows folder(and subfolders) I receive a prompt that the file is corrupt but then it opens. I have opened the same executables in Windows Explorer with no prompt about the file being corrupted. Anybody else having this problem? Any info would be appreciated, GregT
GregT Win 7 Pro 64bit FC XE 2017 Build 755(64x-Portable)

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Re: Windows folder executables

#2 Post by Marek » 19.09.2017, 18:30

No problem to open e.g. C:\Windows\notepad.exe or C:\Windows\explorer.exe - Windows 10, FC 755.

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Re: Windows folder executables

#3 Post by GregT » 19.09.2017, 18:41

Sorry I just updated my signature to show I'm using the latest version 755. I tried again and still received the corruption prompt. Any suggestions or help? GregT
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Re: Windows folder executables

#4 Post by GregT » 19.09.2017, 22:00

OK I have this same problem on 3 different systems, 7x64 Home, 7x64 Pro and 8.1x64 Pro. I was wondering is this because I use the "Portable Version" on all of them. Any thoughts? GregT
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Re: Windows folder executables

#5 Post by Dreamer » 19.09.2017, 23:16

I have no problem either, Windows 10 64-bit Home, FC 756 64-bit donor, portable.

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Re: Windows folder executables

#6 Post by Marek » 20.09.2017, 19:07

I have found the problem.
The fcZip packer option "Corrupted archive..." causes the message.
Fixed for the next release.

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