Posted 12 July 2013 - 09:27 AM
Yeah, it worked. It installed correctly; it asked me to reboot; and, afterwards, the 2 error messages were gone. If a person without internet access needs a downloader and they have a smartphone, then use a "SAFE" downloader(plus a compatible data cable connected to the PC and phone) that is compatible with the file you want. I use 2: DownloadAllFiles and ADM(Advanced Download Manager) from a trusted "SAFE" site. The latter maybe the only one you need; Reviews give it high marks for being compatible with download sites. It is said that ADM is not compatible with youtube. MediaClip does(youtube). However, you have gauge the data of your phone's data plan to not get an overage; plus, companies cannot upload to you. Therefore, all updates have to be manual(offline)--if that is even possible--or all setup files requiring a company to upload to you are useless(they likely will not complete). This was the case with Microsoft .NET 4.0. I needed that file for another program that I wanted to use, but no dice! I was out of luck and there will be others that require uploading. Most probably do not. I have encountered this with 2 or 3 out of about 30 programs. INTERNET IS BEST, BUT--IF YOU CANNOT GET IT OR CONNECT OR CAN'T GET TO A CONNECTED PC--THEN YOU MAY HAVE NO OTHER OPTION BUT TO USE YOUR SMARTPHONE. The MAKHK program was 1. DOWNLOADED from the HP site(SP30562.exe) to my smartphone(of course--optional) with the ADM(see above) app. 2. Then, I used a compatible data cable to connect PC and phone. 3. You may hear a special confirmation and then you may not; when data usage menu comes up, I hit OK with my finger. 4. DO NOT EXIT(WITH YOUR FINGER) UNTIL YOU HAVE OPENED THE FOLDER; COPIED THE FILE; PASTED THE FILE TO YOUR HD; EXECUTED THE FILE COMPLETELY; DELETED ALL FILES THAT YOU DO NOT WANT TO KEEP(may have bearing on data or something else); AND EXITED THE OPENED FOLDER. 5. WHEN ALL THIS IS DONE, EXIT OUT WITH YOUR FINGER ON THE PHONE FIRST AND DISCONNECT CABLE. You may once again hear the confirmation sound. This was a HP DC5100 2005 PC RUNNING XP PRO for a driver for the keyboard that came with that system.
Thanks for you help and thanks--Broni--for your dedicative service. You pointed me in the direction that I should go and all I had to do "was drive there"!