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Chancer
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Hi,

 

I recently needed to rebuild my PC and so needed CCmaker!

When I run and it gets to the point of downloading files I get an error;

 

Callstack: DownloadTemporaryFile < PerformDownloadProducts

Exception: Download faile.

Reason: Status codeL HTTP/1.1 404 Not Found.

 

Does anybody know what and how to fix?

 

Thanks

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@Chancer your topic was moved to the right forum, and it would be better if you read the forum rules mentioned on the top of each forum before starting a new topic. 

 

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2 hours ago, Matt said:

@Chancer your topic was moved to the right forum, and it would be better if you read the forum rules mentioned on the top of each forum before starting a new topic. 

 

 

I apologise that I posted in the wrong place - I thought I had got it right.

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bigbrother

Unfortunately, there is NO absolute solution for the issue you're describing with all possible variables.

 

  • Which version of CCMaker you're using
    • Ensure "host" file is clean
  • Which OS you're using
    • If newer OS (Win11), may be a compatibility issue
    • If current OS (Win10), may need to ensure you have the appropriate "Microsoft Universal C Runtime (CRT)" installed
    • If older OS (Win7), may need to use older version of "flash" to run CCmaker
  • Depending on which Adobe application the error presents on, it may not be compatible with choice of OS

 

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4 hours ago, bigbrother said:

Unfortunately, there is NO absolute solution for the issue you're describing with all possible variables.

 

  • Which version of CCMaker you're using
    • Ensure "host" file is clean
  • Which OS you're using
    • If newer OS (Win11), may be a compatibility issue
    • If current OS (Win10), may need to ensure you have the appropriate "Microsoft Universal C Runtime (CRT)" installed
    • If older OS (Win7), may need to use older version of "flash" to run CCmaker
  • Depending on which Adobe application the error presents on, it may not be compatible with choice of OS

 

Thank you for your reply.

The host file is clean,

I am using Windows 11

I tried with Photoshop and Premier Pro.

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