Cristiano, on Sep 28 2008, 07:15 AM, said:
> all other current AP updates
in the past days, we have updated apup. if your firewall is running properly, it will detect that the program has changed and will ask if you allow it to access internet. if you say "no", the software will go to the black list and will be unable to run. you can check this by:
1 - looking into the rules of your firewall to locked programs and unlock apup;
2 - disable your firewall to test if apup will be able to reach internet.
> this one patch
releases.list isn't a path. it is the very first file that apup need to download, in order to know what scripts are online. in a short term, is this file that you see when you run apup and see his first screen
Now will you please look at this AP error? It is a Hash and file size problem ..............
APUP Has Started
Operating System: English (1033) Windows Vista Ultimate 64-bit
Current Locale: English - United States / Non-Unicode Default: English - United States
Starting APUP From: L:\Autopatcher
Date & Time: 28-Sep-2008 11:40 UTC Offset: -5
List file HTTP location: http://www.autopatch...m/releases.list
***Releases.list Processed: Waiting for User Input***
The Following Releases have been Picked:
***Running Any Pre-Cleanup Routines***
***Starting Detection Routine Phase***
Detection error for file L:\Autopatcher\modules\Critical\RootCert_files\rootsupd.exe
MD5 Hashes do NOT match. Expecting B0EF15FE19FB3AC9367B1FCFE6D473F3, but found b03d5926e946194b046dbb311baad15c!!!
Item rootsupd.exe failed detection. Adding its download to the queue.
Files to be Downloaded: 1
Download Error: L:\Autopatcher\modules\Critical\RootCert_files\rootsupd.exe
File size does NOT match. Expecting 302168, but found 303232!!!
***Processing Cleanup Routines***
Edited by Bubba Gump, 28 September 2008 - 03:46 PM.