On Mon, 2 Dec 2013 22:49:54 -0800 (PST)
ildo park <parki...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > I installed git(windows) downloaded in http://git-scm.com/downloads
> > I build my sources in RVDS221.
> > Compile was success before installing the git.
> > Whenever I install git(and tortoiseGit) I have faced the compile
> > was not finished that doesn't seem a compile error just looks like
> > stuck? stop? just not go through it at some point...(to write? to
> > run? tool, file??) It seems like related with Win7(64bit) the
> > administrator runing mode...
> > *If I uninstall git then compile is fine~ If I install it again I
> > can't not meet the build success.*
> It is not happening only the because of git...
> But if you have faced like me please help~ I don't want format for
> 32bit; Thanks
If "RVDS2211" is meant to be  then no, this issue has nothing to do
I'd first try to disable any anti-virus software as it often causes
inexplicable behaviour of other pieces of software with regard to
accessing files (some software even goes as far as to include
special hacks to work around brain-dead antiviruses -- check out the
second bullet here  for an example).
Then make sure your file system is OK (run "chkdsk /x /f X:" from the
command prompt, where 'X' is the drive letter to check). Make sure
the hard drive which hosts the file system is OK (for instance you
could use MHDD  for low-level sector scan, HDDScan  for S.M.A.R.T.
diagnostics and tests).
If that doesn't help, contact the product support for assistance.
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