Updating quick time
Once the program is open it should start scanning files to check for updates and then download any updates that are available.Once it is finished updating if there were no errors it will have update complete written and it should open everquest in 5 seconds if "Auto Launch EQ2" is checked.-------------------- Update on open: If checked, the updater will start scanning for updates as soon as it is opened.Everquest 2 Directory: The Everquest 2 directory is used so the updater knows where to download the files to.Language: You can use this drop down menu to select What language folder to download updates to (only default will show unless you have language folders in your eq2 directory) Quick scan: If checked it will skip the file scan if no new database is available. (you should only need this is very rare circumstances) Log Updates to EQ2MAP_logfile.txt:when this set it keeps a record of what files were updated and new files that were downloaded, it includes a time stamp and keeps adding to the file "EQ2MAP_logfile.txt" which is located in the directory you installed the updater (usually C:\Program Files\EQ2MAP Updater) You can use the Show button to open the log file in your default text viewer.Re-Download ALL Files: When this button is pushed the updater will redownload ALL of the files and will NOT ask for confirmation about overwriting any.The /setupdatefolder lets you choose any folder to update to if you dont have eq2 installed on the computer you are running the updater from.
Instead of the unsightly uneven golf balls we now have beautiful plaits!!! /testserver: this makes the updater update and auto launch from the test server by setting the language to Test Server and then autolaunching the correct eq2 test server file.However a shortcut with this should already be in the eq2map folder of the start menu it is name "EQ2MAP Updater - Update Test Server" /setupdatefolder: ONLY USE THIS if you dont have eq2 installed on the computer you are updating from, if eq2 is installed on the computer you are updating from use /seteq2dir. PASS Background Intelligent Transfer Service is running. You receive a "0x80070002" or "0x80070003" error code after you download an update from Windows Update, from Microsoft Update, or from Windows Server Update Services Hi, Thanks for the feedback ... Narendra G On looking back through the possible solutions, I can see that your Microsoft KB could well have solved this issue. PASS Get File Version(sz Engine Dir have you tried?
Read the updates section down at the bottom for the list of updated features. If your antivirus detects one please report it to them so they can fix thier software. each section is split up by a series of dashes "-".