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  1. Update2 (In case anyone is having the same problems): I tried installing Visilogic 9.8.2 on my problem machine (Windows 10 that was upgraded from 7). I had the same problems when trying to open folders with VLP files after the installation: it would crash explorer if I got anywhere near a VLP file. It clicked in my head that maybe I needed to uninstall, delete the file extension registration for ".vlp" from the registry, then reinstall. I did so, and everything seems to be working fine, now. You can find instructions for where to find the registry key for deleting a file extension association
  2. Update: The odd problems of VLP files locking up Explorer whenever Visilogic is installed and the additional error messages that pop up when I open Visilogic seem to be limited to my PC that was upgraded from Windows 7 to Windows 10 that had Visilogic 9.7 on it during the upgrade. I just installed Visilogic 9.8.2 on a fresh install of Windows 10 on a different PC only using the UAC Settings slider to turn off UAC, rebooting, installing, then turning UAC back on and rebooting again. However, there is the extra variable that I used a new installer (9.8.2 vs 9.8.0). So, not exactly a controlled e
  3. UPDATE: I removed every single VLP file from my system and reinstalled. I am now able to open the folders where the VLP files were previously located. However, if I insert the USB key where I backed up my VLP files and open one of the folders containing VLP files, it crashes Windows Explorer. Note in both my previous post and this post I am referring to doing this while Visilogic is not running. I'm beginning to wonder if this is just a new bug in version 9.8.0. If not, there's a serious problem with file type registration on new Windows 10 installs. I will await replies before I decide if I s
  4. I upgraded to Windows 10 from Windows 7 with Visilogic 9.7.6 already installed. I had no problems at all and was able to continue working as normal. The problem came when I tried to upgrade to Visilogic 9.8.0. I had to delete every single file I could find related to "Visilogic" or "Unitronics" from my C: drive in addition to disabling UAC in order to get it to install properly without throwing the "prvChangeGuiByPlcType" error every time I opened it. Now, every time I open my separate storage drive and even start to go down through the file system to get to a VLP file, it crashes Windows Expl
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