At 09:39 07/03/2018 +1100, Martin Groenescheij wrote:
Please explain how to repair.

If you run the installation file for an application again, in most cases it will detect that the product is already installed and offer to repair that installation: to reset the files as they would have been after the original installation using the same options.

if your issue persists, you can uninstall and reinstall again.

How does that help?

Like repairing, reinstallation can correct problems if the installed product files have been corrupted in some way.

As far as I'm aware the original poster didn't mention openGL.

All the more reason to make him or her aware of it, perhaps? (... if it is relevant.)

I run Windows 10 but there is no option to activate previous version in the Properties.

Oh, there is! It's on the Previous Versions tab - or can be accessed directly via "Restore previous versions" in the context menu. You will have enabled File History at Start | Settings | Update & Security | Backup | Backup using File History, won't you?

Brian Barker

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