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Messages - Justin Chalfant (Patch My PC)

Audacity has been updated!

Hmm not sure about the explorer.exe needing to be closed I know Patch My PC wouldn't close it must have been something weird with the Reader update. CCleaner installs will use the slim version from now on this version won't include the toolbar, but usually Piriform waits a few days after the regular release to release the slim build.

Hi Charlie,

Yeah, I'll try to get this in the next release as long as it supports a silent install.


Yeah, I try to usually get CCleaner Slim, but they don't release the Slim version (Without Toolbar) until a few days after the normal release.

I will fix this so it only uses the slim version this afternoon.

This should be resolved in version that's now available.

Thanks for reporting this!

Are you running 32 or 64 Bit
On error 1 message box there is a details button can you expand that and screen shot the beginning?
Can you expand the details in the error?

The reason it is getting hung up at Firefox/Java is because Firefox or Internet Explorer it open. In order for Java to install successfully all browsers need to be closed. Once browsers are closed PMPC should continue with the update.

You can skip Java update by importing a regeistry key on the target machine but Java is an important update so that probably wouldn't be a good idea.

This appears to be an issue with Microsoft .NET framework. I have the same issue will look into it.
It's working fine for me Flash comes out with updates often.


Yes, this can be done there isn't a config.xml anymore. The settings are stored in the registry under (HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Patch My PC\Options). Run Patch My PC and go to the options panel and choose the updates you would like to skip you can then export the registry key above and import it to the target machines you want to have the same settings.

Will add to version This will be released within the next few days.

It would be detected as 64bit if you have the following regsitry key HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\Microsoft\Windows NT (This should only be on machines that are 64bit check to see if this exist)


Quote from: tlarhices on February 29, 2012, 07:08:03 PM
Patch my PC detect my OS as being :
Operating System: Microsoft Windows XP Professional x64

But I am actually running a 32bit version.
This makes all updates fail as it tries to run 64bit installers...