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#1 petecaf

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Posted 14 December 2009 - 08:53 PM

I tried to update today and it wouldn't connect.It returned the following message....
"An error occurred.Please report the following error code to the support team.Error Code:732 (12002, 0) "
Does this mean anything to somebody?Many thanks.

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Posted 14 December 2009 - 09:08 PM

Welcome petecaf -

The error message (12002,0) usually means that you were 'timed out' prior to completing downloading the updates -
There could have been a quick "outage" by your ISP as you were updating -
Or if you are on dial-up it means someone may have cut in on your line - ;)
I hope this gives you some sort of result - Have you updated since then ??
This link (below) is from the FAQ section and also relates to Code "732" - Please read it

http://www.malwareby...p...st&p=162097

Thank you for contacting us - Please post back if you have other problems - ;)
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#3 petecaf

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Posted 15 December 2009 - 01:20 AM

Welcome petecaf -

The error message (12002,0) usually means that you were 'timed out' prior to completing downloading the updates -
There could have been a quick "outage" by your ISP as you were updating -
Or if you are on dial-up it means someone may have cut in on your line - ;)
I hope this gives you some sort of result - Have you updated since then ??
This link (below) is from the FAQ section and also relates to Code "732" - Please read it

http://www.malwareby...p...st&p=162097

Thank you for contacting us - Please post back if you have other problems - ;)

Thanks for the advice,I followed the link and corrected the network settings.I tried several more times to update,prior to reading your post.I have since then re-installed and things are ok now.Thanks again.

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Posted 15 December 2009 - 04:17 AM

@ petecaf

Thank you for replying - Any further problems please post back - ;)

P.S. Please hit the Fast Reply button in your replies - It saves a few electrons from being disturbed ;) -
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Posted 15 December 2009 - 05:20 AM

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Posted 15 December 2009 - 05:38 AM

-Hello YoKenny1 -

I would hate it if all of my electrons were overly "agitated" - ;)

They might turn on me :D - Then I might need to get agitated back ;) - Then .....

Thanks for that - Wasn't that related to Firefoxes' signature (or someone elses) ?? ;) -
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