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Re: Problems with Win 7?

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Sun, 15 Nov 2009 20:04:31 +0100

Jon wrote:
> On Nov 15, 2:55 am, Stefan Küng <tortoise..._at_gmail.com> wrote:
>> Jon wrote:
>>> As in the initial post, I have installed a 32bit version of Win7 and a
>>> 64 bit version of Win7 on two different laptops (Win7 Pro).
>>> In each one I installed the latest Tortoise SVN (version 1.6.6) for
>>> that machine.
>>> I do not see the "SVN Checkout" when right clicking on a a regular
>>> folder on either laptop.
>>> On the 64 bit machine I subsequently installed both 32 and 64,
>>> rebooted, etc. Still no luck.
>> Try a real folder from a drive, *not* from below a library folder.
>> If you want the library folders to work too, you have to use a nightly
>> build from trunk.
>> Stefan
> Right Clicking on a real folder from a drive e.g. c:\\Data does show
> the the "SVN Checkout" item.
> The lack of the context menu is both on a 32 bit Win7 laptop and the
> 64 bit laptop.

Find out which 'security' app you've installed on both of those machines
too and get rid of it.

There are a lot of users using TSVN on Win7 without any problems. So
there must be something on your machines that prevents TSVN from
working. Get rid of that, and you'll be fine.


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