Re[2]: [MaxImDL] Upgrade failure to install


Mar 16, 2004

 


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#10476 Mar 16, 2004

Hello,



Further to this I have just tried the update on my laptop and had the

same problem as Jim. The installation went fine but then told me it

couldn't find the previous installation and aborted. I ran it again

and it worked!!



Still no luck on the main computer though........



Tuesday, March 16, 2004, 11:54:37 AM, you wrote:



JP> Hello Lawrence,



JP> I have to admit I am having the same problem. Click on the file and I

JP> get a warning that this will install the update, I click on OK......

JP> The eggtimer tumbles a few times and that's it. The updater is shown

JP> as a process but it's not doing a thing! Running XP with all the

JP> updates.





JP> Tuesday, March 16, 2004, 10:29:30 AM, you wrote:



L>> The subject line says it all. I have used the default directories but the

L>> UpdateCCD.exe program fails to find the original Maxim v3 even though it knows

L>> where it is.



L>> Advice please.



L>> Lawrence Harris









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Best regards,

John mailto:kvp@...



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#10479 Mar 16, 2004

Hello Greg,



Doesn't solve my problem though as it never gets as far as looking for

a directory!



Tuesday, March 16, 2004, 1:27:15 PM, you wrote:





GS> Lawrence, your problem might be due to the fact that the default directory

GS> was changed awhile ago. This has caused me a lot of aggravation. Some

GS> programs look for the old name, some the new name. I think even MaxIm

GS> get's confused. During my install of the new version I found it necessary

GS> to change the directory to the "other" name (I can't remember which is old

GS> and which is new). The one I'm currently using is "MaxIm DL V3". The

GS> default for the upgrade I believe was "MaxIm DL 3".



GS> Greg





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Best regards,

John mailto:kvp@...



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#10480 Mar 16, 2004

John, have you tried downloading the file again? I know this sounds dumb,

but I've had cases where a bad download only shows up when you try to

execute the file. The problem must be occurring very early if you don't

even get as far as looking for the directory. Good Luck.



Greg



At 08:54 AM 3/16/2004, you wrote: >Hello Greg,

>

>Doesn't solve my problem though as it never gets as far as looking for

>a directory!

>

>Tuesday, March 16, 2004, 1:27:15 PM, you wrote:

>

>

>GS> Lawrence, your problem might be due to the fact that the default directory

>GS> was changed awhile ago. This has caused me a lot of aggravation. Some

>GS> programs look for the old name, some the new name. I think even MaxIm

>GS> get's confused. During my install of the new version I found it necessary

>GS> to change the directory to the "other" name (I can't remember which is old

>GS> and which is new). The one I'm currently using is "MaxIm DL V3". The

>GS> default for the upgrade I believe was "MaxIm DL 3".

>

>GS> Greg

>

>

>--

>Best regards,

>John mailto:kvp@...



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