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xomukiwi
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An application Bug has Occurred

Post by xomukiwi »

I keep getting this since I upgrade to 5.0 Final. Happens every single time.

Bug ID:
ksjdalkf

Bug Data #1:
-1

Bug Data #2:
'''' is not a valid integer value

Please advise fix.

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Mibbler
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Re: An application Bug has Occurred

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The first thing to try is to upgrade to 7.0 Final, which came out a few years ago. I upgraded directly from 4.0 so I never used 5.0 and can't say if the problem you're seeing is a common one. I rarely got error messages with 7.0. When I did, they were usually related to downloading more headers than the system could handle at once.

7.0 is free, unlike earlier versions. Of course you still have to pay for the SuperSearch/SuperLeech service if you use that, and for the NL servers unless you use someone else's.

Many of us are now using the officially released 8.0 Beta 1. It does have more errors than 7.0 Final but not constant ones. It also lacks a few of 7.0's features or has made them less accessible. But its best new feature is its handling of SuperSearch Deobfuscated posts. You can install 7.0 and 8.0B1 in different directories and run either of them (only one at a time, of course). They can even share the same download data.
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Wintheiser
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Re: An application Bug has Occurred

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A software bug is an error, flaw or fault in a computer program or system that causes it to produce an incorrect or unexpected result, or to behave in unintended ways. The process of finding and fixing bugs is termed "debugging" and often uses formal techniques or tools to pinpoint bugs, and since the 1950s, some computer systems have been designed to also deter, detect or auto-correct various computer bugs during operations.
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