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  • in reply to: A severe bug #5508
    Trevor PhilipsTrevor Philips
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      Hey bro, sorry for my absence of 2 weeks. This issue is SOLVED now! I nolonger get errors after I banned IPv6 protocol on my network card just minutes ago!

      In these days I reported this issue to my ISP, they insisted the problem is on the software. Though I know switching to another ISP will solve this but I have contract with current ISP, if I break it I won’t get my money back. Then I tried using only IPv4 today and the miracle happened!

      Thank you for your efforts too, finally I can use SDIO happily 🙂

      in reply to: A severe bug #5485
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        in reply to: A severe bug #5484
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          in reply to: A severe bug #5477
          Trevor PhilipsTrevor Philips
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            Yes, I mean SDIO_Update.torrent, even if I downloaded the index in the torrent, when I ran SDIO later it would still notify me to download it again (on ‘Update’ window, first row ‘Indexes’, last column ‘For this PC?’ remained ‘Yes’, and other driverpacks all showed ‘No’).

            After I closed SDIO normally (if I don’t download anything it won’t crash), I went to SDIO_Update\indexes\SDI only to find all 57 indexes downloaded before, deleted. An empty folder named ‘txt’ replaced them. Is this normal?

            in reply to: A severe bug #5474
            Trevor PhilipsTrevor Philips
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              All the logs are above in attachments. No more logs. When it crushed it showed that exception window, after I clicked ok, Windows notifyed me SDIO had stopped running. Seems like it didn’t write down any log after crushing. I will send you an video to reproduce the entire issue later.

              Only tunnel mode VPN works, which is too hard to operate. Things will be quite convenient to handle if SDIO has a built-in socks5 proxy.

              Yep, I will ask some of my friends to test it these days.

              in reply to: A severe bug #5473
              Trevor PhilipsTrevor Philips
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                Got it. Usually I want to check driver updates without downloading all driverpacks which is time cosuming, in this case I still need the index first. I also find that the index must be downloaded in SDIO, otherwise SDIO won’t recognize it. How do I deal with it?

                in reply to: A severe bug #5469
                Trevor PhilipsTrevor Philips
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                  I’ll give you an example for reference.

                  Windows Hotfix Downloader is my alternative to Winodws Update. In China downloading hotfix can be very slow using WU and setting up proxy is not available in WU. WHDownloader has a proxy inside it which boost download a lot.

                  in reply to: A severe bug #5468
                  Trevor PhilipsTrevor Philips
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                    Sadly no. I hold the view that my ISP cause this. A truth I’ll tell you is that Chinese network is full of censorship and BT download is not recommended and almost dead here. My ISP blocks the connections and sends strange errorcode back to their customers. Our feedbacks are always useless. Due to this case I always download driverpacks in Drivers.torrent via qbittorrent connected to a VPN, this method works. To make things work I also need to download the latest index through SDIO however it does not support proxy connection. I hope SDIO has a http/socks5 proxy option integrated into it, maybe it’s the simplest solution.

                    in reply to: A severe bug #5466
                    Trevor PhilipsTrevor Philips
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                      Okay dude, I’d love to provide any further detail to solve this issue asap, please feel free to contact me.

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