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    Default BW10 Installation image posted

    Hello, friends!

    We've posted an updated BW10 ISO file. I don't advise you download it at this point unless you have lost your installation media. The reason I advise delay is that a) there is no rush to get the file, and b) if people clobber the server (the file is 22GB) it will likely come down and then nobody will be happy, and c) the ISO file will likely be updated again. There is nothing significant that is new in this ISO file if you have kept up with the updates. Furthermore, updates to the EXE continue to be posted in the in-program updaters. If you were up to date on July 24, 2018, don’t get the ISO. If you do a BW10 reinstall after July 24, 2018 you should do it from the ISO, not old media.

    The links to the updated ISO file are on the webpage. The ISO file requires you have valid BW10 activation codes to run it. So, don't waste your time downloading it if you don't have legitimate activation codes.

    Michael
    Last edited by admin; 07-26-2018 at 09:49 AM.

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    Default Future Installations for BW9 to BW10 users with Modules?

    I began with BW9 and Upgraded to BW10. During that process there was an upgrade code to ensure compatibility with older modules (I may not be understaning this correctly). Is there a specific process for future installs for BW9 to BW10 Upgrade users with Modules?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BIBLEfreakMJD View Post
    I began with BW9 and Upgraded to BW10. During that process there was an upgrade code to ensure compatibility with older modules (I may not be understaning this correctly). Is there a specific process for future installs for BW9 to BW10 Upgrade users with Modules?
    You can install BW10 normally. When you are asked for activation codes enter them. The codes should include one for BW10 that begins BW10- There should also be one that begins UP09- That should activate modules that were included in BW09. You may have other codes if you purchased other modules. The codes for other modules are the same for BW10, BW09, and BW08. That will allow you to use all of your BW09 modules with your new installation of BW10.

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    Quote Originally Posted by now john View Post
    You can install BW10 normally. When you are asked for activation codes enter them. The codes should include one for BW10 that begins BW10- There should also be one that begins UP09- That should activate modules that were included in BW09. You may have other codes if you purchased other modules. The codes for other modules are the same for BW10, BW09, and BW08. That will allow you to use all of your BW09 modules with your new installation of BW10.
    Thank you!

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    Thanks Michael!!!

    Perfect!

    Gilbert

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    Could you post MD5 hashes of the files, so we can make sure we've downloaded versions that aren't corrupted?

    Also, would it help to have us mirror the files? I can upload them all to my own Google Drive and post links, and they'd also probably sit well on archive.org somewhere. Just a thought.

    Thanks!

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    There is file check utility in the installer program. BWCheckDisc.exe It does not use MD5 but a CRC test. Would that be adequate for you? I think that theoretically either check could yield a false positive, but it would be extremely unlikely. Just run the executable and it will generate a pass\fail report for each file in the installer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mattzab View Post
    Could you post MD5 hashes of the files, so we can make sure we've downloaded versions that aren't corrupted?
    We can at least compare against each other's MD5 hashes
    BibleWorks10rev6.iso df2034cd43118dcb03126c8d414adbd3
    BibleWorks-10-44.dmg 611b71933cd0a1ef0c6abbe17a086f40
    BibleWorks-10-x64-beta8.dmg 5f858a48e5cfd8ad8d39029ae83ef03c


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    The md5 hash of my download of the BibleWorks10rev6.iso was the same: df2034cd43118dcb03126c8d414adbd3,
    as were the hashes of the two .dmg files listed in the previous post in this thread by dtrotzjr.

    I ran BWCheckDisc.exe on the files and all tested OK.

    These are the MD5 hashes of the files contained in the iso:

    3084882385f91a3b977cc084d7ce0667 *bw1000.chm
    0203a6c2caa87540128b6387e386e927 *bw1000.exe
    81ff284bdb75604432ef5871160265b7 *bw1000.map
    10b998e49155bd2fd222d672e755feba *bw100064.exe
    36228da052171052c1cbcd4fc9665c10 *bw100064.map

    611b71933cd0a1ef0c6abbe17a086f40 *BibleWorks-10-44.dmg
    5f858a48e5cfd8ad8d39029ae83ef03c *BibleWorks-10-x64.dmg

    a108f0030a2cda00405281014f897241 *0x0409.ini
    8e52a843ea2e39fa2eb4992770af4804 *autorun.exe
    72ade97ffc1b7d2965b6403d5e01fb3a *autorun.inf
    6e5b61cc56e8a6f74f2421b9ea65e153 *BWCheckDisc.exe
    a29bb3c92feb5320b4c42c1799d79fc8 *Bwgrkl.ttf
    8649103cc3cb91c1c3baf186f4546ce1 *crc.def
    4a3cb2fd55429a954a6553443427b1d7 *CRCF.EXE
    6adc8e1319e8284264c0aa6d590f26ce *data1.cab
    e04bfc4bacca9618d544a7e44b3f79a7 *data1.hdr
    d2926fb4d4abb504f50cf8a8b0557119 *data2.cab
    c7531eddfa51b7dd266fd2fcebbfe680 *data3.cab
    6f8dedeb4073d01eb715ac5a5741acd0 *data4.cab
    1c26b2165b5b781c1fc9aac341bd82ab *data5.cab
    b03949cccb72de3031739cbe201560d2 *data6.cab
    e5a334517fdfe9fa1279a48702e6317c *data7.cab
    67a61781efb3a038f12ee94d53a7a85b *ISSetup.dll
    8fb7729a633a0901f5654a0b9bdb8960 *layout.bin
    9c6a317c3fb18c72675cc708486f17ae *setup.exe
    4de09d3fdf876d52b2effc86064245d6 *setup.ini
    cf833fa7f5d6613e5533b8c4a0e31c6c *setup.inx
    f323cecb8d1f8e0782d1b0737a2c4840 *splash.bmp

    Last edited by now john; 07-22-2018 at 01:42 AM.

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    Default ISO Setup.exe won't run

    Quote Originally Posted by admin View Post
    Hello, friends!

    We've posted an updated BW10 ISO file. I don't advise you download it at this point unless you have lost your installation media. The reason I advise delay is that a) there is no rush to get the file, and b) if people clobber the server (the file is 22GB) it will likely come down and then nobody will be happy, and c) the ISO file will likely be updated again. There is nothing significant that is new in this ISO file if you have kept up with the updates. Furthermore, updates to the EXE continue to be posted in the in-program updaters.

    The links to the updated ISO file are on the webpage. The ISO file requires you have valid BW10 activation codes to run it. So, don't waste your time downloading it if you don't have legitimate activation codes.

    Michael
    Hello,

    I have downloaded the ISO as I managed to lost the installation media due to my own error. When I try to run setup.exe I get the following message:

    This app can't run on your PC
    To find a version for your PC, check with the software publisher.

    When I try and access the setup through autorun I get the a message that the SETUP.EXE programme cannot run due to incompatibility with 64 bit version of Windows. It suggests contacting the software vendor to ask if a 64 bit version of the program is available.

    Can anyone suggest a solution to the problem?

    Every blessing,

    Donald

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