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Advanced SystemCare hide the Program Files(x86) folder in windows 10 x64


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Hi all!

i using the Advanced Systemcare V10.4 version and Windows 10 Pro X64, I installed a windows 10 pro x64 (1703) "clean install", and run Advanced SystemCare(auto repair everything), and the next day i saw the Program Files(x86) is gone, hidden. Why? UAC is disabled, no microsoft account, i am offline account, i am logged in administrator.

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Thanks. Sorry for bad english.

 

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Hi! Welcome to forum, To double check your concern, you tried to perform ASC auto repair after you install the windows 10? Please provide us more information about the timeframe, the thing is that it is not really advisable to perform a scan after you recently install a new OS on your PC. Much better if you perform a full system restore first, or try to click the restore button on the ASC so it will rollback the changes on your computer.

 

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Hi all!

i using the Advanced Systemcare V10.4 version and Windows 10 Pro X64, I installed a windows 10 pro x64 (1703) "clean install", and run Advanced SystemCare(auto repair everything), and the next day i saw the Program Files(x86) is gone, hidden. Why? UAC is disabled, no microsoft account, i am offline account, i am logged in administrator.

Why does Advanced SystemCare hiding in the Program Files (x86) folder? 099.gif

Thanks. Sorry for bad english.

 

 

Hi Arcus,

 

Would you please send us a screenshot of all the folders existing on your system disk C:\?

 

Please download the tool from http://testdemo.iobit.com/InfoHelper.exe

 

Then double click to run this tool and click "Save report". After it finishes, you will get a popup window to tell you where the report file IObit_Debug_Info.zip is saved.

 

Click "OK" button to open that saved folder.

 

Please send the zipped file to us so that we can get the detailed information to look into.

 

Thanks for your work.

 

 

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