Anyway to bypass the internal release update?
- I have been trying all day to get NoteTab Pro updated to 5.7b. Once in
awhile it might get to 8% or 9% before it craps out. The download
does not resume where it left off. I have to start it all over
again. I don't know why NoteTab Pro has such difficulty downloading
its update, but if it can't handle it, the job can be performed be any
number of download managers which also provided a pause/restart
- I know that the update process was introduced several years ago to
simplify releasing updates, and eliminate the need for update emails.
If you are having a problem, you can contact the NoteTab support email
address with your license information, and they might give you a link,
or help determine why the file is not completing the download.
By default the download goes to the temp directory. I would make sure
the whatever directory you used, if you told it otherwise, does not
have a problem, i.e. low disk space on that drive, a permissions
issue, virus, spyware, etc.
Do you have a download manager installed? Perhaps it is somehow trying
to control the download. Try disabling any dowload manager(s) you have.
Are you using a dial-up connection? That can be an issue.
Have you tried clearing the temp directory? Something like ccleaner
would come in handy here. This is most likely it, now that I work my
way through all the solutions I can think of. Perhaps the remnants of
the failed download are interfering, clear the temp files. A reboot
after that can also help.
If none of the above works, contact support, the email is in the help
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "haydn1947" <haydn@...> wrote:
> I have been trying all day to get NoteTab Pro updated to 5.7b. Once in
> awhile it might get to 8% or 9% before it craps out. The download
> does not resume where it left off. I have to start it all over
> again. I don't know why NoteTab Pro has such difficulty downloading
> its update, but if it can't handle it, the job can be performed be any
> number of download managers which also provided a pause/restart