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Old 17th July 2012, 01:04 PM   #11
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Just cleared Firefox web cache and it seems to have solved the problem. Why is it that Microsoft operating systems seem to have the ability to corrupt disc files when you merely read them?

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Old 18th July 2012, 03:09 PM   #14
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Just a thought (probably a question for Jason): I assume the problem I had was because some DIYaudio support file was cached on my machine, but then somehow corrupted so it no longer worked. Can these files have an expiry time set (like some web pages) so that browsers know to periodically renew them? Slight increase in web traffic, but significant reduction in use frustration?

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Thanks DF96, pleased to hear it's working.
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Just a thought (probably a question for Jason): I assume the problem I had was because some DIYaudio support file was cached on my machine, but then somehow corrupted so it no longer worked. Can these files have an expiry time set (like some web pages) so that browsers know to periodically renew them? Slight increase in web traffic, but significant reduction in use frustration?

Thanks to Mooly for suggesting the solution.
Some things, like graphics, have a long TTL (Time to Live). That makes the site load faster. Sometimes things go awry with your browser cache or ISP cache, etc, and that's just a part of internet life. Doing a HARD refresh usually solves the problem, and failing that, clearing your cache.
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Old 18th July 2012, 06:22 PM   #17
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OK, I had forgotten about the hard refresh. I was thinking of a file life of a few days - compromise between traffic and speed of correction.
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