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Stablebit Scanner Win10 64bit Install Problem




I am trying to install stablebit scanner and am having a lot of problems.  I am running windows 10 64 bit and was able to install both clouddrive and drivepool with no problems.  However, when I try to install stablebit scanner installation completes, I then run the program and it attempts to start the service and then stops saying service could not be started try restarting.  I have restarted my computer multiple times and still get the problem.
I have tried a multitude of different things and have not gotten any results.  I have done the following:
1. Installed the program and restarted my computer multiple times.
2. Attempted to change the folder from program files (x86) to program files
3. Uninstalled the program, cleared program files, cleared program data, stopped services, cleared appdata
4. Attempted to install the beta version of the file
Doing all of these things and I still cannot get it to install and work properly.  I'm not sure but I think the program is not correctly recognizing that my system is 64 bit and tries to drop the program files in the (x86) program files but then installs the 64 bit program.  Also going in and stopping and restarting the services does not work.  
Hope this helps and we can figure out why I am having so many problems.
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I'm running into the same issue when trying to install the beta version of StableBit Scanner in Windows Server 2012 R2 Essentials.  During the installation it is giving me the error pop-up:

"Service 'StableBit Scanner Service' (ScannerService) failed to start.  Verify that you have sufficient prvileges to start system services."

It won't let me finish the installation so I always have to cancel.  

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Hopefully not stating the obvious but have you tried disabling anti-virus (if you have any installed)? I've found the latest Scanner updates and betas don't play nice with AVG as it tries to constantly sandbox them while it checks them. Temporarily disabling AVG while installing works though.

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