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Hi there :)

 

Well, I've noticed this and I'm about to download and try it out. I'll let Ya' know what's up and I'll give my Opinion.

 

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Hi there :)

 

Well, I've noticed this and I'm about to download and try it out. I'll let Ya' know what's up and I'll give my Opinion.

 

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Ha, this is quick! pretty good App. I need to update the following. Well, besides WPM <_<

 

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Hmm... posted in that Section :unsure:

 

How odd.

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Hmm... posted in that Section :unsure:

 

How odd.

 

Well technically its software still, as you need to download the little exe, which from there checks you system and compares with known updates.

 

So it still fitted into the software section

 

And yes it's a very handy tool, for those who don't visit filehippo every day anyway, like me.

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Just noticed it no longer works for me :(

 

I had 1.008 and it started giving me crc errors during compare.

So I updated to 1.010 and it crashes to windows error reporting.

 

so no more update checking for me :( , back to random manual updates :wacko:

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Sorry everyone for not checking that section of the forums. I'll be careful next time. I guess this Thread can be deleted.

 

fireryone, sorry to hear that. Don't know what the problem could be :mellow:

Did you try unstalling and reinstalling? My god what was I thinking It's just an .exe file :lol:

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Undelete and Re-Download(as there it doesn't install, its stand alone), Thanks for the suggestion I'll try it.

 

Will Edit this post after trying.

 

::Edit::

didn't work :(

 

It seems to be a .Net2.0 error but as far as I know I havent changed .Net2.0 since the last time I ran update Checker... maybe I should reinstall .net2.0 :(

 

Anyone know if filehippo have a hidden forum to post bugs to?

 

Here is what I found out from Event Viewer:

 

 

Source: .NET Runtime 2.0 Error Event ID: 5000

 

 

 

EventType clr20r3, P1 udc.exe, P2 1.10.0.0, P3 4613cdfe, P4 mscorlib, P5 2.0.0.0, P6 4333ab80, P7 32f8, P8 26d, P9 system.io.ioexception, P10 NIL. For more information, see Help and Support Center at http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/events.asp.

 

 

The program dies when scaning local directories

 

 

::EDIT::

 

Re-Installed .Net2.0, update checker still crashes just the same.

Edited by fireryone

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With instructions like what Microsoft has there they must think every Windows user is capable of such things, hell they could have released a KB patch for it though.
Also what's funny is that most Normal PC users don't even understand what's on that page :lol:
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Latest version is working ok for me and at least one of mistakes in it has been fixed (its no longer mistakenly recognising nVidia software on my computer)

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9. Add the following code to the Web.config file of your ASP.NET-based application.

 

 

<add name="UnhandledExceptionModule"  type="WebMonitor.UnhandledExceptionModule, <strong name>" />

 

 

LOL :blink: looks like most users, even those who understand, couldn't do it without access to Filehippo's Update Checker source code, If I understood that right - I'm not sure where to start with that fix so I'll leave it till either filehipo or microsoft fix it (or I go home and find out it fixed itself :lol: ...).

 

Anyway I don't have Visual Studio 8 installed, lets hope it won't effect any more of my software....

fireryone

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