Wow. What a scare. Website being down for a couple of days

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nickbuol
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Wow. What a scare. Website being down for a couple of days

Post by nickbuol » Sat Oct 03, 2015 10:07 pm

I can't believe how many people were panicking like crazy when the site went down and registration keys expired at the same time.

Thanks for fixing whatever happened. The world can breathe easier now.
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Lovely Rita
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Re: Wow. What a scare. Website being down for a couple of

Post by Lovely Rita » Sun Oct 04, 2015 1:11 pm

Or you could just buy it and not have to worry about respiratory failure. :wink:
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nickbuol
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Re: Wow. What a scare. Website being down for a couple of

Post by nickbuol » Sun Oct 04, 2015 5:38 pm

Lovely Rita wrote:Or you could just buy it and not have to worry about respiratory failure. :wink:
Agreed.

SigfriedIsDead
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Re: Wow. What a scare. Website being down for a couple of

Post by SigfriedIsDead » Sun Oct 04, 2015 9:21 pm

Well it's kind of understandable. People probably though the program was no more since the site was down. Site's going dark are never a good sign. That and version 1.9.6 did not work and that should have had the latest beta key, it did not. From what I could tell that program was using September's key and the beta key posted on-line that said November was in fact September's key.

So confusion all around.

Glad everything is back up.

Krawk
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Re: Wow. What a scare. Website being down for a couple of

Post by Krawk » Thu Oct 29, 2015 11:00 pm

As a purchaser I have a great base program. The price certainly cannot be beat.

Question: If the site goes down, does not the telemetry exchange fail, so certain BDs cannot be properly ripped? Or does each new version include patched instructions for new code?

Woodstock
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Re: Wow. What a scare. Website being down for a couple of

Post by Woodstock » Fri Oct 30, 2015 12:10 am

In general, SVQ files are needed for only a few disks, generally if they have had BD+ changes since the last update. Mike explained that most SVQ stuff is incorporated at each update, but this MAY have changed.

Checking my SVQ directory, it's pretty much empty, even though I have had disks that required an SVQ to be created when they first came out.
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