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susja
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Failure to run xdate.exe file ..

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Hello.

I don't have this problem on Windows 7.

Now I'm running Windows 10 pro and executing program xdate.exe

I am local Administrator hence I assume that I should have all rights BUT I have permission related failure: (see attachment)

Unable to backup existing file. Not enough rights. Line 12

When I look into SuperDAT.log I see this: 'Update process failed'

How could I fix it?

Thanks

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susja
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Re: Failure to run xdate.exe file ..

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Never mind

It was my fault because I did not turn off UAC

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Never mind

It was my fault because I did not turn off UAC

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