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Free Ver ASC 3.7.3- PROB viewing update history


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Have reinstalled several 3.x.x versions with same result.

Setting to auto update on start of program.

When I try to view history after seeing "You have latest version" the history log file does not open. So I don't see what or when last update was.

Using Windows XP with latest Microsoft Updates.

Have Symantec Corp Version operating in background (My problem has occurred long after Symantec Corp Version installed)

Also using Malwarebytes, always running (full licensed version)

Today when I went to Add/Remove to uninstall, system showed last use on 9/18/2010 although I have used ASC almost daily since initial install.

Should I be concerned??? Update history does show on my friends newer computer with his free version of ASC :shock:

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Hi cheapleather,


That's nothing to worry about.


Which build ASC 3.73 version you have? The latest is

The latest database date is on the Main GUI of ASC.


Please check main ASC folder to see if there is a file named Updatelog.txt ?


Here is the content of mine showing last update in April of last year:

------------4/28/2010 12:33:10 AM------------

Update details:

Database File(C:\Program Files\IObit\Advanced SystemCare 3\Def.dbd) Updated Successfully

Language File(C:\Program Files\IObit\Advanced SystemCare 3\\Language\English.lng) Updated Successfully


If it is not there, it could have been deleted in several reinstallations of yours.


Windows' last usage info in Add/Remove is not reliable and most of the time does not reflect the last usage time of most of the programs.

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