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Forum Thread: How to trigger update after clicking away the new version notice?

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mmo How to trigger update after clicking away the new version notice?
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PSI's "new version available" message came of course in the worst moment when I gave a presentation and so I couldn't focus on it at that moment and just clicked it away. But how do I later retrigger this notice so to get that update? I found no "check for updates" or anything similar in the entire GUI.

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puget1 RE: How to trigger update after clicking away the new version notice?
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If you look in the upper right hand corner of the forum web page it says download psi. Click on it and the download page will come up. The update installer package has both uninstall and install together so no worries. Be sure to exit Secunia by right clicking the icon prior to download. PSI will inform you to do this also. Your flash settings should remain in tack so your there.

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TiMow RE: How to trigger update after clicking away the new version notice?
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Just to add:

The notification bubble should re-appear every time you start your PC, until you've updated.
However, by clicking the bubble seems to initiate update using IE, where some users have experienced problems.

From your other post, I see you have a choice of browsers - I would recommend that you follow the instructions from @puget1, using Firefox or Chrome (I had trouble free update with Ff.).

[@puget1 -thanks for reminding me of the (obvious) download PSI link, top right of Forum page. I always went to PSI page from Products dropdown; forgetting that I had seen this many times in the past.]

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puget1 RE: How to trigger update after clicking away the new version notice?
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@Timow

Had to do a little shopping myself.

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