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1.2 Downloading the Software

1. Download site


Download links:


To download a brief video tutorial on downloading and installing the N1MM Logger Classic program (the instructions for Plus are broadly similar), click the icon below

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2. Full Installer

Installing N1MM Logger+ for the first time requires that you download two files - the Full Installer and the Latest Update. Except during beta testing, he Full Installer file will change infrequently, whereas the Latest Update file changes often, sometimes more than once per week (daily during beta testing).

Locate the Full Installer file on the download site under the menu selection >Files >Full Install. Save the file, named N1MM Logger+ FullInstaller [version number].exe, to your download directory or the desktop of your PC.

 You only need to do one Full Install!

During beta testing, new Full Installers will be posted frequently. If the first part of the version number (initally 0.18) is the same on the latest Full Installer as it is on your already-installed copy of the program, you do NOT need to run the new Full Installer. To update the program, just download and install the latest Update.



3. Latest Update

Locate the Latest Update file on the download site under the menu selection >Files >Latest Update. Save the file to the same location where you saved the Full Install file. (Exception: if the version number on the Full Install file is the same as the version number on the Latest Update, there is no need to install the Latest Update over the Full Install.)

 You only need one Latest Update file!

Each Latest Update file includes the improvements and fixes from all of the preceding files. It is only necessary to download and install one Latest Update file — usually the most recent — to create a completely up-to-date version of N1MM Logger

 Filename Convention for Latest Updates

The syntax for naming Latest Update files is N1MM Logger+ Update [version number].exe. The version number is in the format x.yy.zzzz, where x is a major revision number (initially 0, and likely to change only rarely), yy is the major version number, and zzzz is the minor version number. Changes to the major version number yy indicate that there has been a change in the system files needed to support the program. Update installers whose yy is different from the installed version's yy will not install over the existing version. Therefore any time yy changes, users will have to download a new Full Installer program with the new yy number and go through the Full Install process before updating. On the other hand, if the yy number on the current Full Installer is the same as the yy number on your already-installed copy of the program, you do *not* need to do a new Full Install; just download and run the latest update installer. The minor version number zzzz changes every time a member of the development team makes changes to the program. New update installers are not created every time this happens; therefore, there may be gaps in the zzzz numbers. This is not a problem; unless there is a specific reason to revert to an older version, just install the latest update (the one with the highest zzzz number).

Last Modification: 17 April 2015 13:04:55 EDT by K8UT.