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If you're starting fresh it's a good idea to select fewer scripts per run, when you're updating and there's fewer new files to get you can add more scripts, there's no set rule, it depends when APUP decides to puke, on some machines it's less data before puking, other systems, you may get 3+GBs before throwing up.
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You may still have an issue from time to time when updating, a release may need fixin', you may get the failed verification error, don't panic... it may be a bit more difficult to locate but there's hope - try this if you have any errors;
Start up AutoPatcher, click About, click Release Info - you want the Package (all releases) to be Official & True. If you get Unofficial / Unsupported Release - the release with the Red 'Title' & False is the release you need help with.
Read the threads on creating and posting log files Here & Here .
The quick message is to run APUP with logging on the script that is failing and post that log file in the appropriate forum, XP issues in the XP forum, 7 issues in the 7 forum etc. You can run the hit_this...cmd file in your apup folder, it will start APUP with logging, uncheck all the scripts except the one that is failing, run APUP to try and complete the download. The log file is in the \apup folder (apup.log), it's a simple text file (open it in any text editor), simply post it unedited in the given forum using Spoiler code, the release manager wil see the post, look at the log to see what's goin' on.
When the issue appears to be fixed, you'll run APUP once again on the bad script and hopefully it will Finish without error - I said hopefully
Posted 22 May 2012 - 09:10 PM
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