I looked around this forum and fount this post Confused Autopatcher. I had the same or similar problem. I fount the file to make a log file. I got the file and ran it and this time it said 11 of 11. Everything installed with no problems. So I have nothing to really post besides a picture of it and the simple log error from the normal AutoPatcher file.
Attempting to initialize common controls. Accessing filesystem... AutoPatcher 5.6 loaded the filesystem. Detected English (1033) Windows XP Professional Service Pack 3 System Components: Internet Explorer: 8.0.6001.18939 Windows Media Player: 11.0.5721.5268 .NET Framework: 1.1.4322|1.1SP1|2.0.50727.3053|2.0SP2|3.2.30729.01|3.2SP2|3.5|3.5SP1 Windows Installer: 4.5.6001.22159 DirectX: 4.09.00.0904 MSN/Live Messenger: Office Components: Microsoft Word: 10.0.6612.0 Microsoft Excel: 10.0.6501.0 Microsoft PowerPoint: 10.0.6501.0 Microsoft Outlook: 10.0.6626.0 Microsoft Access: 10.0.6771.0 Microsoft Project: Microsoft Publisher: Microsoft OneNote: Microsoft FrontPage: 10.0.6308.0 Microsoft InfoPath: Microsoft Visio: Microsoft SharePoint Designer: Microsoft Groove:
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Why autopatcherLOG.exe did not have any problems I do not know. I suggest you make a sticky to point out this AutoPatcher file that can log or add that ability to the normal AutoPatcher file. Have it as a option to log or not to log. I also have a question about autopatcherLOG.exe. Does it make a log file if there is no errors? If so where does it store the log file?
I forgot to mention that after I got autopatcherLOG.zip, I ran apup again and got all English updates. I did that in case I ever needed it for a different computer. Just stick the files on a USB drive. I do not know if running apup again after the error made a difference or not.
Edited by thunder, 09 September 2010 - 07:49 PM.