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Re: [IP] OneTouch ver. 2.0



Hey chill out Andy . ..
ha ha ... I *think* you were responding to someone else. I didn't write 
that stuff.
I responded to someone who said to me:
 > Obviously you have not tried to install the LifeScan version 2.0
 > software or you would understand what we're talking about.
and I did include their quoted message.

So, when they told me the way it worked - (the new approach) I 
said  "sounds like it sucks"...

... must be a full moon...

;-}


>Hi Sue,
>
>You wrote:
> > Obviously you have not tried to install the LifeScan version 2.0
> > software or you would understand what we're talking about.
>
>I *think* you were responding to RoseLea's comment (it would certainly
>help if you'd include quotes from the person you're replying to).
>
>RoseLea wrote:
> > They tell you it's a download on the website, then lo and behold,
> > they force you to install NOW on this computer.
>
>I've downloaded and installed the Lifescan One Touch ver. 2.0 software
>and it works EXACTLY like RoseLea said it does.
>
>You wrote:
> > The download from a web site is just a way of receiving the
> > installation software from the company so you don't have to wait for
> > it to arrive in the snail mail.
>
>The One Touch ver. 2.0 program uses a new installation approach based
>on XML. It does NOT, repeat NOT, first transfer files that, once on
>the host PC, are launched to install the program. Instead, it installs
>as it transfers. As RoseLea pointed out, if one wishes to install it
>on a second PC, one that isn't connected to the Internet, one simply
>can't. Moreover, if one wishes to reinstall it on the same PC, one
>can't, at least not without downloading the full 15 MB all over again.
>
>If you remain convinced that this is incorrect, I simply ask for the
>name of the file you launch after the transfer is over to start the
>installation process!
>
>regards, Andy
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