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Re: How to delete a RamDisk

1 year ago, by Ann in RAM Disk Forum

It is unclear from your message what exactly is happening: if your computer doesn't have disk storage, it cannot have Windows 8 or Linux. Anyway, regardless of the unclear situation with your computer configuration, if you intend to use RAMDisk or any other software, you should: Put a disk into your computer (HDD, SSD, or any other compatible drive). Install an operating system on that disk

Re: NetWorx installation doesn't proceed beyond "Welcome to the setup wizard"

1 year ago, by Ann in NetWorx Forum

It is strange that the old version was causing the problem. If the old version is properly exited as described in this article, it shouldn't interfere with the new installation. Anyway, I'm glad to hear that the issue is now resolved.

Re: NetWorx installation doesn't proceed beyond "Welcome to the setup wizard"

1 year ago, by Ann in NetWorx Forum

Older versions of Windows, including Win 7, only show sha1. To date, the latest published version of NetWorx was signed 9 October (23 October is from a screenshot of the latest build that hasn't been published yet). The main point is that the signature is there, is valid, and belongs to SoftPerfect. In your case, the file seems to be complete and undamaged. Which means that the issue is most

Re: Port redirect and proxy

1 year ago, by Ann in Bandwidth Manager Forum

To Vela Gumede: That message is 8 years old and its author may not be monitoring this topic anymore. As he said, he posted his solution in a separate topic here.

Re: Substitution for the old speedmeter

1 year ago, by Ann in NetWorx Forum

Please have a look at this forum thread, I hope it has all the answers.

Re: New Speed Meter

1 year ago, by Ann in NetWorx Forum

Dear users for whom the old meter was crucial, please use the link to the older version provided above. At SoftPerfect, we do our best to offer high quality software, but we also understand that it is impossible to please everyone. Any change in any widely used software makes a few users unhappy. And there is no solution to this: 1. If we stop developing NetWorx and stop making any changes, m

Re: "Ignore LAN traffic" setting became unchecked

2 years ago, by Ann in NetWorx Forum

Thank you for the information. I'm gad to hear that the "exit" problem is solved. It also explains why nobody else had the same problem. Regarding the random state of the "Ignore LAN traffic" checkbox -- that's a mystery. As I said earlier, we couldn't reproduce it. I hope there is an explanation and/or a solution to it. In any case, if you find out what caused this issue,

Re: "Ignore LAN traffic" setting became unchecked

2 years ago, by Ann in NetWorx Forum

We don't seem to be able to reproduce this problem in our environment, neither with Windows 7 nor 10. So, at present, we can't say what causes it and how to fix it, sorry. We haven't heard from anyone else having a similar issue, though if someone complains in the future, I hope it will help us diagnose and fix this problem.

Re: RAM Disk's future

2 years ago, by Ann in RAM Disk Forum

We are hiring a new specialist to fix the Win 10 problem. As the person is new to the team, it is hard to tell how quickly the issue can be resolved. We understand it may be frustrating that there is no hard-set ETA, but we wouldn't like to make any promises that we cannot guarantee to keep. We are trying to do our best and want to thank everyone for their patience.

Re: Separate graph for upload and download

2 years ago, by Ann in NetWorx Forum

Your upload data is not just one bar. In this particular case it is represented by the orange 'Data Both' bars. The 'Data Both' colour represents the colour in which the value is shown when both In and Out traffic were recorded. For example if you define green for 'Data In', red for 'Data Out' and orange for 'Data Both', the chart will be shown as follows: When only incoming traffic is re

Re: NetWorx graph: Logarithmic scale

2 years ago, by Ann in NetWorx Forum

QuotePraxisWorking OK here but not really useful on a slower cellular connection with an upper limit of 1.5Mb/s. The logarithmic scale is useful when there is a large difference between the upload and download rates and the user wishes to see the lower values more clearly. When the rates are comparable, it is better to use the linear scale. Either scale is just an option for the user to choose fr

NetWorx graph: Logarithmic scale

2 years ago, by Ann in NetWorx Forum

The logarithmic scale option has been added to NetWorx Graph settings: Please download the current build to test the new feature.

Re: Failure to install on Win 7 64-bit

2 years ago, by Ann in NetWorx Forum

Chris, First of all, simply deleting a folder with an installed program is a bad approach. During the installation process, programs may add, modify, or link to files outside the designated folder, so by deleting the folder you may end up with remains of data or files that can affect the future installations and uninstallations. Also, could you please provide more details on how exactly NetW

Re: Separate graph for upload and download

2 years ago, by Ann in NetWorx Forum

The logarithmic scale is a non-linear scale that is convenient to use for large range of quantities. If you are not familiar with logarithms and/or linear scales, here is the simplest explanation. A linear scale has value marks set equal distance apart. For example: 0, 10, 20, 30,... (which is 0, 0+10, 10+10, 20+10,...) So, if you have both very small and very large values on one graph, li

Re: How to use Switch Port Mapper

4 years ago, by Ann in Switch Port Mapper Forum

Update: Switch Port Mapper online manual has been published.