I have just installed the new AA Utility Package. I'm not able to Login or Register. I have used my K2 Login Name [ Ronbo1931 ] and my standard Password. Don't know if this is the correct password for K2. How can I fine out my password? My system is a Vista
If you want I can send you a new random generated password (which you can change later)? I also noticed the application crashed 3 times when you used it, can you tell me what you were doing when it crashed?
I was trying to login. I just was able to login with my standard password ****** . I also disabled the User Account Control to see if it was stopping me. Vista is for the Birds.
That login was to K2
Looks like you found/triggered a bug in the login logic (empty username field when logging in crashes the application).
You can leave UAC turned on, AAUP was developed on Vista and tested to make sure it works on as many operating systems as possible.
You can use the same login credentials you use on this website to login to AAUP, if you still need help, please let me know.
Still not able to login. Will to AA Utility program be updated for the login problem?
Yes, it will be updated on Wednesday / Thursday to fix some issues. However the reason it's crashing for you has nothing to do with the login module, please provide the following information:
DirectX Diagnostics (DXDiag) and Process List Request Prompt
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