After installing LP360 or True View EVO, attempting to launch the program results in nothing happening. The LP360 or True View EVO GUI doesn’t open.
Probable Resolution #1:
It is possible that some Windows System files have become corrupt. Please run the Microsoft system file checker to verify, and if necessary, repair any corrupt system files.
- Open an elevated command prompt by right-clicking on the shortcut and selecting Run As Administrator.
- At the command prompt type “sfc /scannow”
- Review the displayed results for “Windows Resource Protection found corrupt files and successfully repaired them.”
- If found, there were some corrupted system files that the program has found and repaired. Try opening LP360/True View EVO now to see if it fixed the issue.