the only thing you can do is try running epr and then try to install the new version . If that does not work you may have to doctor to get rid of the older version . I had to doctor to get rid of it . Then I loaded up the new version.
This is what I had to do too. You'll have to re-install all your preware patches afterwards, but it's pretty harmless otherwise.
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Thanks for the feed back...just a few questions:
-You say that i need to reinstall preware patches. Does that mean for everything in preware? If so, it it an automatic thing, or will I have to actually reinstall everything?
-Might be connected to the above, but when I checked out the program, it gave me a warning to only run it right before or right after a system update. Does that mean I should wait until the next big update to run it, or is that just a warning about my first question?
Whenever I got problem updating some of the patches, I would run the EPR (Emergent Patch Recovery) after I updated the 'Saved Package List' within the Preware. Once I ran the EPR, the systems will reboot (if I am not mistaken). I will reinstall all the patches by using the 'Install All' option in the 'Saved Package List' within Preware.