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24th February 2013, 12:03 PM |#1017  
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Question Kindle Fire First Aide Revision 4.1.60-Beta for Windows - Windows 7 Permissions
Originally Posted by BELASCO

It was already unchecked.


The more I though about this issue, the more it began to make sense, I think I was just too busy to think straight a few hours ago. Now I am running on pure adrenalin. We setup this package to Run As Administrator, so be sure to select Run As Administrator.

You started to describe the problem, I would like a little more details. We know your Path Statement is perfect, check. We know you are running Windows 7, correct? Check, we know you do not have the C:\Windows\System32 path missing, check. We know you do not have the SDK installed, check. You have check the device manager and it should show 4 icons total:

Kindle > Android ADB Interface
Portable Devices > Kindle

Check. You have created a shortcut to the desktop and you will run it from now on "As Administrator", check. What I need a little more details is the "Windows keeps bringing me back to the default path of C:\Windows\System32\" can you give me any more deatils? Do you mean when you exit the software you see C:\Windows\System32\? This should not be happening since the DOS windows should close with our software - I think if we focus our attention here, we will find a solution.

When you create a shortcut to RunMe.bat are you opening up C:\KFFirstAide and finding RunMe.bat, then Right Hand Mouse Click on RunMe.bat and choose Send To - Desktop - Create Shortcut. After you do this there will be a shortcut on the desktop. Next go to the Shortcut and Right Hand Mouse click over the desktop shiortcut select Preoperties. Here is where you will check the box Run As Administrator - leave everything else default. Please do this so you have a new clean shortcut. Then run the software and select Option 23, does it run error free now? Or at least fairly error free? We did make a large number of changes to this install making it more Windows 7 friendly.

If that does not solve your issue, we would like you to run the software like this:

1. Find the Windows Command Prompt icon
2. Bring the mouse to the Command Prompt icon, Right Hand Mose Click "Open As Administrator"
3. When this command prompt opens you should be at C:\Windows\System32
4. Type the following:

cd C:\KFFirstAide
5. You should now see C:\KFFirstAide
6. From this point type:

7. Select Option 23

How does the software run now? Does the install complete? Is the Kindle better now?

*****Kindle Fire First Aide Revision 4.1.60-Beta RunMe 02/24/13 at 02:19 for Microsoft Windows*****

Kindle Fire First Aide Revision 4.1.60-Beta for RunMe.bat Package:

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