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JET 8 mp1 JetPackII issue

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We are having an intermittent issue with JetPackII ever since migrating to JET 8 mp1 from JET 7.6.

The issue was present in JET 8 (without mp1) and is still present after applying mp1.

This is on a Windows 8 build machine. Our previous build machine was running Windows 7.

When using the Excelsior Jet Installer option for packaging, the resulting executable is most often corrupted. We get the error as per the attached image.

post-12972-0-35909200-1382980342_thumb.png

This happens irregardless of the compression method used. This is also happening on all of our software projects.

If we try multiple times, we eventually get a good executable. However, this trial and error approach is getting time consuming.

Right now, we have to run JetPackII, test and repeat until we get an executable that finally works.

Please help.

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We are having an intermittent issue with JetPackII ever since migrating to JET 8 mp1 from JET 7.6.

The issue was present in JET 8 (without mp1) and is still present after applying mp1.

This is on a Windows 8 build machine. Our previous build machine was running Windows 7.

When using the Excelsior Jet Installer option for packaging, the resulting executable is most often corrupted. We get the error as per the attached image.

post-12972-0-35909200-1382980342_thumb.png

This happens irregardless of the compression method used. This is also happening on all of our software projects.

If we try multiple times, we eventually get a good executable. However, this trial and error approach is getting time consuming.

Right now, we have to run JetPackII, test and repeat until we get an executable that finally works.

Please help.

We have never encountered such a problem on our end.

Does the problem appear on other machines?

Also please check if this problem is related to interference with anti-virus monitors that used to detect Excelsior Installer executables as malware (false-positive results).

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