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Problem with making bottle / Crossover 19 / Catalina 10.15.2 (19C57)
I have problem with installing the bottle.
I have next error:
<wine: Доступ запрещён.
wine: configuration in '/Users/vladimirgluschenko/Library/Application Support/CrossOver/Bottles/12' has been updated.
winewrapper.exe:error: cannot execute L"Z:\\private\\var\\folders\\2z\\n96qfhc123957bft78l5n0zw0000gn\\T\\AppTranslocation\\24B441A4-C934-46DD-A179-5B318F3CFED5\\d\\CrossOver.app\\Contents\\SharedSupport\\CrossOver\\lib32on64\\wine\\rundll32.exe setupapi.dll,InstallHinfSection win7Install 128 Z:\\private\\var\\folders\\2z\\n96q"...
setup:error: 'rundll32 win7Install crossover.inf' failed
cxbottle:error: unable to create the '12' bottle in '/Users/vladimirgluschenko/Library/Application Support/CrossOver/Bottles/12'>
Can I fixed it manually?
It sounds to me like you have an antivirus software installed and it incorrectly flagged and deleted some crucial CrossOver 19 files. We are working on a solution for this issue, but in the meantime you can fix this by temporarily disabling your antivirus software, redownloading and reinstalling CrossOver, and creating exceptions for CrossOver files. I have created a tutorial on how to do this here: https://www.codeweavers.com/support/wiki/mac/mactutorial/bitdefender
I'm having the same problem.
I'm running Crossover 22.214.171.124195 on a VM Catalina 10.15 Beta (19A471t) and I'm trying to install a 64 bit application on a Windows 7 64 bits.
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