Forum Thread: Can not install 2.0 update, NSIS error windows xp 32 bit

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polarstar Can not install 2.0 update, NSIS error windows xp 32 bit
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I have been running the old version and works just fine, but I have trouble with installing 2.0 where the screen display does not display. Uninstalled and did a clean install, now I get NSIS error message? I made changes to Internet security * wild card added, made problem worse, now I am not able to install. This is a lot of trouble for a free program. I feel like just going back to the old version and forget the auto updates and new changes. Maybe I should just uninstall completely and say I know the Danes can do better.


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mogs RE: Can not install 2.0 update, NSIS error windows xp 32 bit
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Hello.
Maybe some info/help in the following thread :-
http://secunia.com/community/forum/thread/show/680...

Hope it helps....regards,

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Member 27th Dec, 2010 10:17
Hi,

Please try clearing your browser's temporary Internet files and cache and downloading from this location: ftp://ftp.secunia.com/PSISetup.exe

Has this resolved the issue? If not, I suggest using an alternative method, such as a download manager, or another browser.

hope this helps.
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