Voddler updating player

If you see any error messages, then please grab a screenshot of the message and post it here. It seems to be bit of a shame that Plex doesn't automatically renew for the NAS versions ( mines a 415play, very happy with it so far, been running Plex from it for about 8 months now), .After uninstalling Plex, click on ' Manual Install' then click on browse, navigate to where you saved the downloaded file, select it and click on 'open'. Once again thanks for your help - one more quick question, do you have any recommendations for offsite backing up of a large media collection 7TB plus, I was looking at something like back burner or similar?Installing app Voddler Player.22AA32E1C519F8FB77514A36DC6C2AE2C623240F.1 version 3.1 using the source file at file:///C:/Program Files (x86)/Voddler/Voddler [2010-12-:18] Installing msi at C:\Users\Risto\App Data\Local\Temp\fla878E.tmp\with guid [2010-12-:19] Application Installer end with exit code 0 [2010-12-:20] Subprocess app installer succeeded [2010-12-:20] Runtime Installer end with exit code 0 [2010-12-:35] Launching subprocess with commandline c:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\Adobe AIR\Versions

If you see any error messages, then please grab a screenshot of the message and post it here. It seems to be bit of a shame that Plex doesn't automatically renew for the NAS versions ( mines a 415play, very happy with it so far, been running Plex from it for about 8 months now), .After uninstalling Plex, click on ' Manual Install' then click on browse, navigate to where you saved the downloaded file, select it and click on 'open'. Once again thanks for your help - one more quick question, do you have any recommendations for offsite backing up of a large media collection 7TB plus, I was looking at something like back burner or similar?Installing app Voddler Player.22AA32E1C519F8FB77514A36DC6C2AE2C623240F.1 version 3.1 using the source file at file:///C:/Program Files (x86)/Voddler/Voddler [2010-12-:18] Installing msi at C:\Users\Risto\App Data\Local\Temp\fla878E.tmp\with guid [2010-12-:19] Application Installer end with exit code 0 [2010-12-:20] Subprocess app installer succeeded [2010-12-:20] Runtime Installer end with exit code 0 [2010-12-:35] Launching subprocess with commandline c:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\Adobe AIR\Versions\1.0\Resources\Adobe AIR Updater -updatecheck [2010-12-:35] Runtime Installer begin with version 2.5.1.17730 on Windows 7 x86 [2010-12-:35] Commandline is: -updatecheck [2010-12-:35] Installed runtime (2.5.1.17730) located at c:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\Adobe AIR [2010-12-:35] Performing pingback request [2010-12-:37] Pingback request completed with HTTP status 200 [2010-12-:37] Starting runtime background update check [2010-12-:37] Runtime update not available [2010-12-:37] Unpackaging cancelled [2010-12-:37] Runtime Installer end with exit code 0 [2010-12-:09] Runtime Installer begin with version 2.5.1.17730 on Windows 7 x86 [2010-12-:09] Commandline is: -uninstall [2010-12-:09] Installed runtime (2.5.1.17730) located at c:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\Adobe AIR [2010-12-:09] Starting runtime uninstall.Uninstalling runtime version 2.5.1.17730 [2010-12-:09] Uninstalling product with GUID [2010-12-:11] Runtime Installer end with exit code 0 [2010-12-:14] Runtime Installer begin with version 2.5.1.17730 on Windows 7 x86 [2010-12-:14] Commandline is: -silent [2010-12-:14] No installed runtime detected [2010-12-:14] Starting silent runtime install.The latest version is 0.9.12.8 and you can find it on the downloads page by clicking on Plex Pass or Public then click on NAS.Make sure Synology is selected and then select the package that is appropriate for your NAS, which is a ??????Note: Do not use Chrome or Safari to download the package, they have been known to not complete the download correctly.

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If you see any error messages, then please grab a screenshot of the message and post it here. It seems to be bit of a shame that Plex doesn't automatically renew for the NAS versions ( mines a 415play, very happy with it so far, been running Plex from it for about 8 months now), .

After uninstalling Plex, click on ' Manual Install' then click on browse, navigate to where you saved the downloaded file, select it and click on 'open'. Once again thanks for your help - one more quick question, do you have any recommendations for offsite backing up of a large media collection 7TB plus, I was looking at something like back burner or similar?

Installing app Voddler Player.22AA32E1C519F8FB77514A36DC6C2AE2C623240F.1 version 3.1 using the source file at file:///C:/Program Files (x86)/Voddler/Voddler [2010-12-:18] Installing msi at C:\Users\Risto\App Data\Local\Temp\fla878E.tmp\with guid [2010-12-:19] Application Installer end with exit code 0 [2010-12-:20] Subprocess app installer succeeded [2010-12-:20] Runtime Installer end with exit code 0 [2010-12-:35] Launching subprocess with commandline c:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\Adobe AIR\Versions\1.0\Resources\Adobe AIR Updater -updatecheck [2010-12-:35] Runtime Installer begin with version 2.5.1.17730 on Windows 7 x86 [2010-12-:35] Commandline is: -updatecheck [2010-12-:35] Installed runtime (2.5.1.17730) located at c:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\Adobe AIR [2010-12-:35] Performing pingback request [2010-12-:37] Pingback request completed with HTTP status 200 [2010-12-:37] Starting runtime background update check [2010-12-:37] Runtime update not available [2010-12-:37] Unpackaging cancelled [2010-12-:37] Runtime Installer end with exit code 0 [2010-12-:09] Runtime Installer begin with version 2.5.1.17730 on Windows 7 x86 [2010-12-:09] Commandline is: -uninstall [2010-12-:09] Installed runtime (2.5.1.17730) located at c:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\Adobe AIR [2010-12-:09] Starting runtime uninstall.

.0\Resources\Adobe AIR Updater -updatecheck [2010-12-:35] Runtime Installer begin with version 2.5.1.17730 on Windows 7 x86 [2010-12-:35] Commandline is: -updatecheck [2010-12-:35] Installed runtime (2.5.1.17730) located at c:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\Adobe AIR [2010-12-:35] Performing pingback request [2010-12-:37] Pingback request completed with HTTP status 200 [2010-12-:37] Starting runtime background update check [2010-12-:37] Runtime update not available [2010-12-:37] Unpackaging cancelled [2010-12-:37] Runtime Installer end with exit code 0 [2010-12-:09] Runtime Installer begin with version 2.5.1.17730 on Windows 7 x86 [2010-12-:09] Commandline is: -uninstall [2010-12-:09] Installed runtime (2.5.1.17730) located at c:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\Adobe AIR [2010-12-:09] Starting runtime uninstall.Uninstalling runtime version 2.5.1.17730 [2010-12-:09] Uninstalling product with GUID [2010-12-:11] Runtime Installer end with exit code 0 [2010-12-:14] Runtime Installer begin with version 2.5.1.17730 on Windows 7 x86 [2010-12-:14] Commandline is: -silent [2010-12-:14] No installed runtime detected [2010-12-:14] Starting silent runtime install.The latest version is 0.9.12.8 and you can find it on the downloads page by clicking on Plex Pass or Public then click on NAS.Make sure Synology is selected and then select the package that is appropriate for your NAS, which is a ??????Note: Do not use Chrome or Safari to download the package, they have been known to not complete the download correctly.

However in the package centre on the n AS it says the Plex app is up to date.

It will tell you if Plex is running or stopped under ' Status'.

Then click on the DSM start menu (top left of screen) and click on the Plex icon. Installing Plex like this will NOT effect your libraries, assuming you have already setup Plex. You should NOT store your media in the default 'video' folder on the NAS, if you have then open DSM control panel-shared folders and create a folder named Media or similar and make sure it has read/write permissions for both Plex and admin.

They will last a lifetime if rarely used and stored securely.

Yeah wise words Trumpy - I've sourced a good Western Digital from a local tech shop for just under 0 buck (NZ) for an 8TB external HD.

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