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Today it's the first time using FASMW.EXE under WIN7.
Did use WIN XP in the past only.
Are there any issues regarding file access ???
The behaviour is strange.
Whenever I open an existing asm file, FASMW does not save the source automatically, ask me to use save as ... function. And asked me if I am sure to overwrite.
If I save the file under a new name, it's okay. Never ask again.
But when I want to change and recompile FASM source files this is not convenient.
The files have been copied from a WIN XP partition (from other users space).
The files are not shown as write protected.
What could be the problem ?
And how to solve ?
|06 Dec 2012, 22:06||
I've had problems with fasmw (and other applications) under program files (or any system directory). Win 7 doesn't like files being modified there; I've even ended up with two copies of the same file but with different visibilities. The only way round it was to copy the source to somewhere less protected, assemble and copy the binary back.
Hope that helps
|06 Dec 2012, 22:47||
It's not somewhere in system area or under programs.
Have created a directory "develop" directly under C: and several subdirectories.
Could be more be a problem of some "hidden" file attributes I think.
Maybe could help to copy the files on a non-mft filesystem on a usb stick.
Didn't try out yet.
Now it's copied from a WIN XP partition on the same harddisk.
Could imagine WIN reads some attributes ...
Anybody experience like this ?
|06 Dec 2012, 23:51||
Very strange behaviour.
Nobody else had problems with this ?
If I run FASMW with admin privileges (execute as admin) it works normal as under XP.
By the way I have here version 1.71 - so quite new.
After I changed the directory or file with full access privileges for all users and started FASMW again with no admin privileges. Same as before, if open existing FASMW.ASM and new compile it opens the "save as" dialog. But can confirm to overwrite the FASMW.ASM and it does.
If I open the same file with notepad, I can easily click on save. If I open again with FASMW it always open "save as" dialog.
So what the heck is going on ?
And does anybody know how I can add a program to the taskline at the bottom with additional "execute as admin" privileg ?
|07 Dec 2012, 13:46||
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