I’m one of those remarkable people who have never had a problem with TurboLister – well that was until this week when it decided to repeatedly crash.
There was no logical explanation why it continued to work perfectly on all other computers, the only difference being the computer refusing to work was running Windows Vista. In the end as a test TurboLister was updated on another Vista PC and that gave a clue to the problem, during the TurboLister update a new version of Microsoft C++ was installed.
On the bugged PC, TurboLister updates had run but C++ wasn’t installed during the update process – that was the clue needed to fixing TurboLister. Manually downloading C++ and installing didn’t work, but when C++ was totally uninstalled and TurboLister updated again it finally triggered the C++ download.
If you’re having problems with TurboLister crashing it might just be C++ that’s causing the problems. Try uninstalling C++ and then updating TurboLister and it could cure an unreliable installation.