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JamesBayliss

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Tuesday, October 20th 2009, 12:49am

[Solved] Does this new platform mean the old versions will not be available to download?

Its been awhile since ive patched, but when I did I found myself having to install all the diffrent patches to reach the final one (in sequential order of release)

What im asking is - with this new patch out - does this mean I only need to install this one new patch? (currently named Virus TI Installer 3.1.0.00 for Windows XP and Vista on the website)

Monomeester

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Wednesday, October 21st 2009, 1:03pm

well you can try it out.

I just installed from patch to patch as i always sit on top of the new releases.
But what i heard from another user in the forum he had to install step by step. He couldn't go from the factory install to the latest. So he had to try out how to get to the latest update without having to install every new patch. try and install a newer patch in the middlerange and then step to the last one. See if it works for you.
Success! :thumbup:

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Wednesday, October 21st 2009, 1:49pm

there is no need to upgrade step-by-step. ever update replaces the entire software and doesn't rely on components installed with a previous version.

best, marc
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Raz

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Wednesday, October 21st 2009, 2:30pm

Mono that is terrible advice,
The poor guy will be wasting hours waiting for the Ti OS updates to finish.

Go straight to the newest non-beta release OP.

AtonyB

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Wednesday, October 21st 2009, 4:44pm

Yeah, multiple updates can only reduce the lifespan of various PROMs in the thing and waste a load of time - things are replaced in the virus not updated, so each update is a 'clean install' anyway...

Monomeester

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Wednesday, October 21st 2009, 10:39pm

Mono that is terrible advice,
The poor guy will be wasting hours waiting for the Ti OS updates to finish.

Go straight to the newest non-beta release OP.
actually it is not really an advice Raz. He was letting me think he couldn't go straight to the last update. Therefor i told him that another user which i also replied on had a similar issue. This person couldn't install the latest update on his new TI. I at least let him know what i know because nobody else at that time was even paying attention to his question. :)

Raz

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Thursday, October 22nd 2009, 10:40am

I knew you would get offended, let me explain why you shouldnt have,
You answered a technical question with an opinion.

The correct answer has always been, get the newest non beta version.
Access Ti updates always include all previous fixes and features and it overwrites the OS and Driver in the install process.

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Thursday, October 22nd 2009, 11:08am

i believe jame's question has been answered. this thread is closed now.

marc
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