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Old 30.07.2010, 16:51
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Default JDownloader Download page - no installer?

Hello,

I've just wanted to do a clean install of JDownloader, and when I've visited the download page: http://jdownloader.org/download/index it seemed that there is an installer for Windows hosted on uploded.to . This is not an installer version, but it looks like a portable one --> **External links are only visible to Support Staff****External links are only visible to Support Staff** Windows Installer, as after extracting I can see the whole structure of JD directory. Can I ask for a valid link to a version with an Installer, or is the intaller version permanently removed?
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Old 30.07.2010, 18:12
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Yea, I already posted about this :(

Not only that it attempts to install Kikin plugin too.

FWIW you can just create any director put the files in it, and then click on JDownloader.exe and it'll run correctly.

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Old 30.07.2010, 19:59
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We have many versions. A windows Installation exe and portable for all OS. It's all the same
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Old 02.08.2010, 23:01
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The problem Botzi, is the installer version is no longer available for download, just the ZIP version.

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Old 05.08.2010, 14:37
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The problem Botzi, is the installer version is no longer available for download, just the ZIP version.

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Yeap, that was my point exactly. Just the .zip one is availiable, but it is described as 'Windows Installer'. I do know they work the same way, but I do prefer to install JD like a classic program.
EDIT: as there seems not to be a will to re-upload the proper installer version, I will grab one from here: **External links are only visible to Support Staff****External links are only visible to Support Staff** . Version number seems to match, the hsoter is also a reliable one so am sure they have not added anything. As you can see it is the .exe file, not .zip.

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Old 05.08.2010, 14:52
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Thread "0.9.334 Fresh Install - KIKIN plugin" might explain the issue.
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Old 05.08.2010, 14:53
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The .zip files contains the Installer as .exe. we had to do this cause the .exe files hash has been abused/banned.
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Old 05.08.2010, 18:23
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Jiaz, then someone is playing with the links on the page.

I can send you the 2 files that have been posted over the last 7 days.

One is called jdownloader.zip with NO installer, just directories, and Kikin installs if you say Yes/No/Cancel

The 2nd file is a zip file that is called jdownloadersetup_kikin.zip which has the setup file inside, and works perfect, and Kikin behaves correctly.

Just a heads up.

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Old 06.08.2010, 12:56
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maybe because of the cache we use. i will check it when i have time
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