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KingP1MP #41 Posted Oct 23 2013 - 21:06

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I am having the same problem but my wot_88.3118_88.3117_client.patch won't download.

error:
23/10/2013 16:02:22	send http request(attempt: 1). file: "wot_88.3118_88.3117_client.patch", size: 4057529194, url: "http://cds.n6y5c6k9....17_client.patch"
23/10/2013 16:03:24  WARNING: http request failed. what: http request error, msg: Inner libCurl error(28): "Timeout was reached".


X_KingSton_X #42 Posted Nov 19 2013 - 10:31

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this is so stupid :/ wot wont finish the installment :/... its doing this for update 8.9 help?

cali_2222 #43 Posted Nov 30 2013 - 04:34

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Why doesn't this work for everyone...this is so ridiculous...WOT fix these update patch issues!!!!!!

one_handed_tanker #44 Posted Dec 10 2013 - 05:32

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I have received an answer from WOT teccnical support and it seemed to work.

- Close all open programs (a reboot will be necessary)
Press Start Button (to open start menu)
[On older systems, click Run]
Type CMD and hold the left CTRL and Shift buttons at the same time
Press Enter
Release left 2 buttons
(Another way to complete these steps are to open your START menu, select All Programs, select Accessories, and right click on Command Prompt. Then select Run as Administrator)
- you are now in an authorized shell, with a black DOS looking box open
Enter the following commands one at a time pressing Enter after each one:
: ipconfig /flushdns
: arp -d *
: netsh int ip reset c:\log.txt
: netsh winsock reset
: shutdown -r -t 0
We would also like you to power cycle you network equipment such as your router or modem.

1. Turn off and unplug all of your network devices. (modem and or network switches/routers) - and if they have a battery, please take them out.
2. Turn off your computer.
Leave them all off for 30-40 seconds.
3. Turn them all back on and give them a few minutes to initialize and pull down some new addresses.
4. Clear your internet browser cache.

one_handed_tanker #45 Posted Dec 10 2013 - 05:38

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I have received an answer from WOT teccnical support and it seemed to work.

- Close all open programs (a reboot will be necessary)
Press Start Button (to open start menu)
[On older systems, click Run]
Type CMD and hold the left CTRL and Shift buttons at the same time
Press Enter
Release left 2 buttons
(Another way to complete these steps are to open your START menu, select All Programs, select Accessories, and right click on Command Prompt. Then select Run as Administrator)
- you are now in an authorized shell, with a black DOS looking box open
Enter the following commands one at a time pressing Enter after each one:
: ipconfig /flushdns
: arp -d *
: netsh int ip reset c:\log.txt
: netsh winsock reset
: shutdown -r -t 0
We would also like you to power cycle you network equipment such as your router or modem.

1. Turn off and unplug all of your network devices. (modem and or network switches/routers) - and if they have a battery, please take them out.
2. Turn off your computer.
Leave them all off for 30-40 seconds.
3. Turn them all back on and give them a few minutes to initialize and pull down some new addresses.
4. Clear your internet browser cache




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