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Topic: Checking for Updates - Invalid or missing updates  (Read 192 times)

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Offline madamo

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Checking for Updates - Invalid or missing updates
« on: October 29, 2018, 02:29:01 am »
Hi,

Any time I try and run the auto update I keep getting the following error

Checking for Updates - Invalid or missing updates
configuration file. The first line of the .INI file should be
';aiu'. It is possible that the content on the server does not
match the updates configuration file URL.

Here's the contents of the ARUpdater.ini

[General]
ApplicationName=AnyRail6
AppDir=E:\AnyRail6\
ID={<I DELETED THIS FOR THIS POST}
CompanyName=DRail Modelspoor Software
ApplicationVersion=6.17.4
DefaultCommandLine=/checknow
CheckFrequency=2
DownloadsFolder=C:\ProgramData\DRail Modelspoor Software\AnyRail6\updates\
Flags=PerMachine|ShowConfigOptionsButton
URL=http://www.anyrail.com

Here's the contents of the AR6AutoUpdate.aiu.part file

;aiu;

[AnyRail]
Name = AnyRail
URL = https://www.anyrail.com/downloads/AnyRail/6.17/AnyRail6.17.4.msi
Size = 44918272
Description = AnyRail version 6.17.4
Feature1 = New: Binary 3D export formats. Lego Monorail. Hungarian language support.
Feature2 = Updates: Z Atlas, H0 Micro Engineering Code 70, TT Kuehn.
Bugfix = Various bugfixes.
RegistryKey=HKCU\Software\DRail Modelspoor Software\AnyRail6\AIProductVersion
Version = >= 6.17.4

I've uninstalled and reinstalled and I keep getting the same error message when I manually do an update.

Thoughts?

Thanks for the help.

Mike

Offline David

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Re: Checking for Updates - Invalid or missing updates
« Reply #1 on: October 29, 2018, 03:09:58 pm »
Does this also happen when you check for updates from within AnyRail?
You can do this by starting the program, and then using FILE/Help/Check for updates.

There's indeed a problem when running the ARUpdater by itself.