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Old 13.08.2013, 18:34
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Hallo zusammen,
ich versuche den JD2 unter Windows 8 zu installieren.
Nachdem ich den WebInstaller geladen, als Admin gestartet habe erhielt ich den Dialog der im Anhang zu sehen ist.
Habs mit dem Installer von der offiziellen Hp veruscht und von Chip.de.
Habs im Win7 Kompatibiliätsmudus versucht, ohne Erfolg.
Ich kann mit "Moran Hoko" überhaupt nichts anfangen. Egal ob ich Ja oder Nein klicke, der Installer beendet sich einfach.

Kann mir jemand weiterhelfen?
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Old 13.08.2013, 18:47
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lol ich genausowenig.
Lad dir mal das, entpacke es und führe den Updater aus.
Danach solltest du JD2 haben und starten können:
upd0.appwork.org/jcgi/JDownloader

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Old 13.08.2013, 19:09
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Mit der Updater.jar ging es, danke dir
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Old 16.08.2013, 20:28
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Habe den Fehler auch.
Win 8 64bit
Sowohl mit Java installiert als auch ohne.
Starte den WebInstaller, der lädt ein paar Sachen, dann kommt die Meldung und der Installer schließt sich auch schon direkt.
Als ich JDownloader zuletzt Mitte Juni auf einer Win8 Maschine installiert habe war das Problem noch nicht.
Programm im XP Kompatibilitätsmodus zu starten bringt nichts.
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Old 16.08.2013, 21:08
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Hatte das selbe Problem.
Doch mit dem jar-Updater hat es funktioniert.
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Old 16.08.2013, 23:51
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Same problem, where can I find Update.jar?
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Old 17.08.2013, 00:35
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You can use it:
upd0.appwork.org/jcgi/JDownloader
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Old 17.08.2013, 00:37
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Same problem, where can I find Update.jar?
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lol ich genausowenig.
Lad dir mal das, entpacke es und führe den Updater aus.
Danach solltest du JD2 haben und starten können:
upd0.appwork.org/jcgi/JDownloader

GreeZ pspzockerscene
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Old 17.08.2013, 01:28
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Same problem, where can I find Update.jar?
1. Copy this link in your browser: upd0.appwork.org/jcgi/JDownloader
2. Download and extract the content of downloaded file .zip in a folder, where you want to install JDownloader2.
3. Run the updater.jar
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Old 20.08.2013, 12:18
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I am having trouble installing JD2.

This is what I get first from running WebInstallerJD2.



Then this is the error I encountered after I tried to run the updater.jar



I hope someone can help me with it. Thanks!
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Old 20.08.2013, 14:55
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Merged win 8 thereads.

@tiestoycc please read my previous post, also you can use the file .jar
dowload it here: _http://installer.jdownloader.org/JDownloader.jar
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Old 20.08.2013, 15:15
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We honestly have no idea what this should mean. Google cannot find anything about this.
  • When in the installation process does this message pop up?
  • Operating System and System Bitness (Like win8 64 bit)
  • Language
  • Installed Browsers (Chrome, firefox, internetexplorer?)
@tiestoycc: Would it be possible to look at this strange message via Teamviewer?

@PTBKoo Same to you. Can we do teamviewer and/or get further information?


@falco Kannst du uns noch etwas mehr Info gegen zu diesem Problem? Eine Teamviewer Session wäre super.
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Old 20.08.2013, 20:00
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Hi coalado,

can tell you this:

Last Sunday I installed Win8 64bit on a brand new system. After putting some programs on that system, such as Java, Flash and Firefox, I also downloaded JD2 from here:

http://www.chip.de/downloads/jDownlo..._55398241.html

When trying to install (just via doubleclick on it), I get that "Moran Hoko" Dialog instantly.

After that, i downloaded JD2 here: http://installer.jdownloader.org/WebInstallerJD2.exe

That version worked fine.

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Old 21.08.2013, 04:41
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I am using Win8 64-bit. And I think I know what is the problem/issue already.

The reason updater.jar and the downloader is not working because they are put inside C:\Program Files (x86)

I guess Win8 doesn't like .jar files to be run inside program files. So I moved my .jar files into My Documents and VOILA! It works now! And they are fine. Now I can use the updater.jar and jdownloader.jar, both files are fine for installation.
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Old 21.08.2013, 21:25
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Will be fixed soon, bug in installed (thanks to the team).

GreeZ psp
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