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Since version 38 every time you bring out an update and say click to download in the browser and restart it KILLS my CID. I use the portable version, after version 42 i stated this problem and you said you would look into it. Clearly you are not testing things properly for this to be a constant issue. I even know someone with dragon that updated and it killed their browser too. Your updating process is highly flawed.
This is what happens to my portable CID file directory after clicking update and install… it deletes most of the files and will not run. Having to install the new version from scratch and get all my settings and customization back is a real pain. It takes over an hour and annoying process. I am considering looking into an alternative portable browser as this is so annoying! Test properly. I hate to leave comodo, but your update process is useless.
Edit: you might think this is caused by some addon I have, like a firefox extension installed, I can assure you it is not. I have learned to make several copies of the CID portable directory when I install it, and have a clean copy from when 42 was installed as portable months ago… that also fails to update and does the same thing in my screenshot. I cannot update CID portable from the browser, it just destroys the directory. This has been tested on several machines. I work in IT, I am making sure it’s not user error, and I cannot see it being that. I suggest your team gets a copy of 42, install it as portable and then try and update it from the browser. If that works for you, I’d be surprised. You focus on full install, not the portable users.
XP. I didn’t mentioned it, because I thought that it was implied in that thread. You’re right, it was confusing. So, it was XP. By the way, I was thinking about that earlier and could it be because icedragon_updater.exe was turned off at that time? At this time, About ID reports running 184.108.40.206. Also, I confirm that automatic downloads work fine on my other machine running Windows 7.
Looking at the classic UI style I figured XP but I wanted to be sure. The alert you are getting implies something 64 bits in the situation when it mentions “WoW64RevertWoW64FsRedirection” . Are you on a 32 or 64 bits version of XP?
Thank you for the new version. Will we have to wait very much for a version for multilanguage?, ¿ or is it possible to put this version 44 in Spanish? If it is like that since it is done?
Thank you very much