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Problem during last update with initexmf

Ignasi-2
I've tried to update my miktex system today, it showed a lot of packages
to be downloaded and after doing it a message saying

"Sorry but something went wrong", "The executed process did not succed."
and "fileName="C:\miktex\miktex\binx64\initexmf.exe", arguments="--force
--mklinks --verbose", exitCode="1""

After clicking OK, the update window offers to open .log file but it
doesn't do it.

I've looked to update and initexmf .log files in
C:\USERS\UIB\AppData\Local\MikTeX\2.9\miktex but they doesn't show any
reference to today's update, last lines are refering to 17/05/2016.

Could it be some problem with last miktex update version from two days ago?

Ignasi


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Re: Problem during last update with initexmf

Christian Schenk
On 5/19/2016 2:58 PM, Ignasi wrote:
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> Could it be some problem with last miktex update version from two days ago?

Have you tried to (temporarily) disable the virus scanner?

It seems that the latest code contains instructions which makes some
virus scanners nervous. I will try to identify these instructions...


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