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UrlSnooper / Re: URLsnooper refuses to start!
« on: February 05, 2007, 06:41 PM »
I just realized that one error message is different. Here they are in the order they show up. When I click on "close," that's when the next error message pops up.





Does this help?  Thanks.

kisakarina

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UrlSnooper / Re: URLsnooper refuses to start!
« on: February 05, 2007, 07:46 AM »
On my WinME computer, this new version won't start.  A screen saying it won't start pops up immediately, and when I click close, it shows two more of the same screens.

Thanks for working on it.  Hope you find a solution!

kisakarina

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UrlSnooper / Re: URLsnooper refuses to start!
« on: January 08, 2007, 03:35 PM »
This will be appreciated, as I've been unable to get URLsnooper to run on my home computer.

Best wishes,

kisakarina

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UrlSnooper / Re: URLsnooper refuses to start!
« on: November 03, 2006, 05:18 PM »
Ha, I forgot I wrote this and posted to another part of this forum.

I'd like to use UrlSnooper and to make a donation, too.  I just need to get it to work on my WinME machines. 

I downloaded the latest version today.  It still won't start the second time, with the error messages above.

I can rename the folder and get it to start up.  However, it won't autofind the adapters.  I uncheck autosearch and it acts like its working, but sniffs no URLS.  The only adapters it finds are PPP and unknown.

With unknown checked, it gives a fail to initialize error message. With PPP checked, it gives no such message, but doesn't report URLs like my daughters XP machine does.

Is this enough info for you to figure how how to fix it? Thanks!

kisakarina

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UrlSnooper / Re: Network adaptor not being detected
« on: November 03, 2006, 04:46 PM »
I've been wanting to use URLSnooper.  I could only get the latest version to work and detect a driver on a borrowed Win XP machine. All my other computers are WinME. Regardless of the machine, it detects PPP and Unknown.  URL Snooper give an initialization error message with Unknown, but not with PPP.  Still it does not detect with PPP.

Is there a way to manually input an adapter? Any other hints to get it to work?

Thanks,

kisakarina

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General Software Discussion / Re: Playing FLV files
« on: October 07, 2006, 05:08 PM »
It's me again. I see this posting has had 89 views and no responses.   Is the question so basic I should know the answer already,  or is it that no one who knows the answers is reading this posting?  Inquiring mind wants to know, thanks.

Kisakarina

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General Software Discussion / Playing FLV files
« on: October 03, 2006, 01:40 PM »
I had to download a FLV player, and it works fine.  BUT:

Can someone explain why it takes a dedicated FLV player to play downloaded Flash files?

Why can't they simply be played using a browser?

What's the difference between a downloaded FLV file and one that resides on a website, in other words, why does Flash open up when you go to the website, but if you paste the downloaded file in the URL window, it just does nothing?

Is there a way to invoke Flash without using the browser?

Thanks!

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UrlSnooper / Re: URLsnooper refuses to start!
« on: October 03, 2006, 01:30 PM »
I tried the modification of the ini file Mouser recommended and it didn't work.  However, renaming the folder did work, although an adapter was never found.

I installed it on my daughter's XP computer and it worked fine.


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UrlSnooper / Re: URLsnooper refuses to start!
« on: October 02, 2006, 11:18 PM »
I'm a new user and have the same problem.  It started up the first time but could not auto detect an adapter.  So I shut it down to check everything.  When I started it back up, I got three error messages at startup, the first two the same "URLSnooper has caused an error in URLSnooper.exe" and the third is "URLSnooper has caused an error in Kernel32.DLL".   I've uninstalled it, dowloaded the latest version, even uninstalled WinPcap and let it reinstall it.  I still get the error messages.

I use Windows ME.  I'll email you the settings.ini file.

Kisakarina

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