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Re: Windows Vista Ultimate - no context menus

From: Stefan Kng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Sat, 26 Jul 2008 09:19:45 +0200

Gary England wrote:
> Hi Stefan
> I am running AVG freeware for virus scanning. I am not aware of any
> other security issues or why bAVG or the firewall will prevent any shell
> from loading (I have looked through all the settings and don't see
> anything that should cause a problem - also have a vanilla Vista
> installation with AVG and Tortoise as the only additional software
> loaded myself).
> Definitely Windows Explorer being used.

I wouldn't call that a vanilla Vista installation - seems hp has a *lot*
of crapware installed by default.

> Same context menu appears for folder and file. Also included screenshot
> of start menu items for tortoise.

I really can't see why the context menu for TSVN doesn't show up. I've
installed TSVN on my x64 Vista Ultimate partition without any problems.
So there must be another tool/application/driver be on your system which
prevents TSVN from working properly. From the look of your screenshot
(btw: next time, just send the images and not word docs - I had to
install the word viewer first to even see them) that assumption seems
reasonable: I've rarely seen a computer with that many crap preinstalled
- you should ask hp for your money back :)

To test whether it's only the x64 bit version that doesn't work, start a
32-bit application, use File-Open to get the windows file-open dialog.
In that dialog, right-click on a folder to get the context menu: if you
see the TSVN entries there, the 32-bit version works ok.

Also check the registry for the following keys:


   oo  // \\      "De Chelonian Mobile"
  (_,\/ \_/ \     TortoiseSVN
    \ \_/_\_/>    The coolest Interface to (Sub)Version Control
    /_/   \_\     http://tortoisesvn.net

Received on 2008-07-26 09:19:59 CEST

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