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Subject: Silent quit/crash
Author: Biep
Date: 07/14/2011 00:04

I am back in the connected world again, and trying to grab stuff for the
coming year.  I have found that after a forced stop, WinHTTrack often refuses
to continue: it starts, but while loading the cache it suddenly disappears,
without leaving a trace.  The only way to 'continue' seems to be to restart -
which is highly annoying after more than a week and more than 75GB of

I can't find a hts-log.txt file, but the last time I found a (which
was unreadable, as was  There was no, but there was a

The first line of doit.log:

-qi%e1C2%PnX0s0Z%s%u%I0c3R3H0%kQA20000#L10000000%f#f -F "Mozilla/4.5
(compatible; HTTrack 3.0x; Windows 98)" -%F "<!-- Mirrored from %s%s by
HTTrack Website Copier/3.x [XR&CO'2008], %s -->" -%l "nl, en, *"
<> -O1 "E:\\I\\OCW" -*[name]ocwconsortium***
-*[name]* -*[name].amazon.* -*[name].adobe** +*.jpg -*[name]google* -*[name]*
-*[name].doubleclick.** -*[name]* -*[name]twitter.*
-*[name]blog* -*[name]adtech* -* -*[name]*

(all the minuses are to prevent HTTrack from escaping - the 'e1'-bug is still

I would have stopped HTTrack gracefully, but while it was doing so (it took
two days to work through fewer than 100 links out of 20.000 still to go) a MS
update managed to catch a mouse click of mine, leading to a reboot of my
computer.. :-(


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Silent quit/crash

07/14/2011 00:04
Re: Silent quit/crash

07/14/2011 00:29


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