Posted 10 July 2010 - 04:40 PM
I am geting this error message alot with Auto patcher.
I am useing Windows xp 32bit, and downloading updates for 2k xp and windows 7
the error message says
In prjUpdater.mdlDownloader.processDownloadQueue at line 173
I have to click ok over 9000 times for the message to go away as well
what is wrong here?
Posted 10 July 2010 - 05:53 PM
BTW, 9000 times is a lot of clicking - this is likely a result of the many lines of script being read, fewer scripts should lessen this. I'm not sure if it still applies but there is a 4GB range that can cause similar problems meaning, if your total download size (simultaneously) gets close to 4GB you will see this error - selecting fewer scripts to download at one running may help. Like I say, one possibility.
Posted 10 July 2010 - 07:50 PM
It stop'd giveing me the error message and I think its doing fine know but i will run it latter to check again
Posted 10 July 2010 - 09:47 PM
I'm guessing you have everything in one \modules folder, this can be tricky when trying to determine what release is giving you problems should you get errors. The easiest way is to run AutoPatcher (autopatcher.exe), when the modules load, click 'About' - click 'Release Info'. The release 'Title' listed in Red and False under 'Official' is the problem. You can check by running the provided .md5 checksum file if the release has it included to locate the file(s). Re run APUP (apup.exe), select only the problem script (Title in Red), and let the script delete the bad file and download a new / missing file. Re check as usual.
This is a pic of the 'Release Info' window - Multiple Releases.
If the release is Unofficial but the 'Release Info' shows all the releases as 'True' - this means you have extra (stray) file(s) somewhere that needs removing, this is harder to find when multiple releases are in the same \modules folder - but not impossible.
It helps to post a log of only the Unofficial script if none of the above actions fixes the problem - XP logs in the the XP forums, Seven(7) in General Support (for now), etc.
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