I noticed that everytime I try to update NCS it say “already running” it tries to automatically stop it and fail, then it retry once and fail again (Windows 10 64bits) but the weird thing is that finally seems do its job but I get multiple NCS instances running ?
Just a quick one about this. This was discovered in version 152 or early 154 and I had a lot of these since I uninstalled first the old version and then installed a new version. I always had to check that a process was not running, if it was I killed it. In late 154 and certainly in 155 this is not present anymore. I do not have this at all. To get rid of this a clean installation was not necessary. I just installed 156 on several machines and do not see this anymore. My process earlier was:
-Exit NCS X. Go to Task manager and kill any process still running of NCS.
-use installation program to remove NCS.
-install new version, at least 155.
-exit and test there should be no NCS processes left.
When I use the RED cross it’s OK but when I exit in Tray Icon, the process quit (but icon in tray icon dissapear) but no way to “go back” to NCS screen as tray icon dissapeared so only way is to kill NCS from TaskManager.
Thanks for your patience. Yes, I am the idiot, but I got it now ;).
I have tested this many many times and for me it is very systematic. Always when I exit using the Red X it ask if I want to end and if YES it ends correct.
Always when I exit with this
it never ask if I want to exit and it always leave a process running that must be killed.
So these 2 exit do not follow the same path. Mr. @Steve fix this easily :).