Installer complaining FCIcons64.dll is newer

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Mr-Fly
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Installer complaining FCIcons64.dll is newer

#1 Post by Mr-Fly » 19.12.2015, 11:39

Hi,

Since some releases (I think the last 2-3 releases) I get a question during installation, that the FCIcons64.dll which is on my system is newer than the one that is supposed to be installed?
Is this only my system?
Freecommander X64 Install
The Local file has the Date 07.08.2015 09:24:54

I always selected to keep the local file, so I dont know, which file FC Install wants to install.

Anyone else?

Regards Thorsten
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Timon
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Re: Installer complaining FCIcons64.dll is newer

#2 Post by Timon » 19.12.2015, 13:53

Date and time is not the most important, they could be changed. What about dll version? Backup your FCIcons64.dll somewhere. After installation compare file versions in properties.

Mr-Fly
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Re: Installer complaining FCIcons64.dll is newer

#3 Post by Mr-Fly » 19.12.2015, 13:56

I was not curious about the version, but for a "normal" user this message might be a little confusing ;-)
I will backup the dll and look for the version.
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Re: Installer complaining FCIcons64.dll is newer

#4 Post by Mr-Fly » 20.12.2015, 21:53

Ok, just tested it.
The DLL Version is exactly the same, the only difference:
My DLL was 07.08.2015 09:24:54
and the one that got installed now:
07.08.2015 08:24:54

So it looks like some daylight saving problem?
And it is definitely something that should not come up as a normal user does not know what to choose.
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