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The update from within RS 10.1.0.178 seems to be 379MB, while the updater on the website is 604MB.

 

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Anybody a clue what the difference is?

 

Thanks for your time!

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We've updated the Downloads page to reflect the correct size (414 MB). The download from that page is a DMG, while the update from within Retrospect is a zip file. There are a few differences between the two files, but both include everything you need for a complete update.

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We've updated the Downloads page to reflect the correct size (414 MB). The download from that page is a DMG, while the update from within Retrospect is a zip file. There are a few differences between the two files, but both include everything you need for a complete update.

 

Thank you very much for your reply and answer to my question and the update of the downloads-page with the correct sizes! B)

Set-to-go knowing the excact sizes now, so I'll be updating today.

 

Looking forward to use the new release!

 

Cheers.

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Hi and thanks for reading!

 

Up-and-running again in RS 10.1.0.221, still using the 'older' client on native windows machine.

 

I only ran the notified update from within the RS 10.1.0.178 release, so NO un-istall and/or downloaded updater used! The updater gave no warnings / errors of any importance at all and I'll run a check on the /var/log later today. A good application let's you controll all your up-date and -grades from within itself, imho.

 

RetroISA and RetroEngine has dropped significant in CPU% load, so for that I'm very happy to report that back to you.

 

RS_10.1.0.221.jpg

 

After this first time all -local and -clients backup I have to get started with the Disaster Recovery sequence by pulling out all my HDD's and replace them by clean spares!

 

Q: is it correct that my BootCamp 5.0.545 Windows Pro 8 x64 partition is listed as a MAC OS X drive?

 

Keep you all posted.

 

Cheers.

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Q: is it correct that my BootCamp 5.0.545 Windows Pro 8 x64 partition is listed as a MAC OS X drive?

 

In the context of Retrospect it is correct: The BootCamp partition is reported by a Retrospect Client or by the Retrospect Engine computer running Mac OS X.

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