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Thread: c:\dumeter.3exe is not a valid Win 32 application?




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    downloaded dumeter last night..... went to run it now and got this message?
    how do i get it to go
    what i wish to do is evaluate two isp's to see which is the faster
    or is there a better program i should get.

    pdv


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    Does the site your getting it from say that it's compatible with your operating system? And what sort of connection service are you looking at? :?:
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    ya its ok for 98 & dial up ect.........
    i think it is for monitoring networks......
    i'm not on a network
    but you would think it would monitor just 1 computer...?


    pdv

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    Then the .exe might have been corrupted during the download then as it does happen. :?:
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    definitely, DUmeter works fine in all win os's, u wanna re-download it

    DU meter basically tells u max and min peak speeds as well as tracking total data up/down by the hour/month/day etc

    DU meter has some damn nice features, but it can monitor both a network card or a modem or whatever or all interfaces u can choose....
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    Looks like you got a corrupt download - redo it or get from a different source.
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