FtpWolf FAQInstallation FAQ
I get "an error occurred while moving data-623" during Installation.
Delete all files in the /Windows/Temp directory, close down any virus protection utilities that may be running, and re-install the program.
I get "The decompression of %s failed. There may not be enough disk space available in the TEMP directory" error.
Windows can limit the size of the TEMP directory and it may be full even though you have free disk space available on your hard disk. Delete some files from the windows TEMP directory and try again.
I have submitted an online order form, but have not received my registration.
In most cases, all orders are processed by the end of the Next working day. If you have not received your registration within that time, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with the details of your order. The most common reasons for delays are invalid or missing email address and/or contact details.
I do not wish to use online order form. What other options do I have?
You can fax the filled in order form to +61-3-9589-7951, or send it to us via contact form.
I do not have a Credit Card. How can I place an order?
Fill in the order form, and contact us with either a Bank Cheque or a Money Order. Please note that we do not accept personal Cheques draw on a bank outside Australia.
You can wire your payment directly to our account. To speed up your order, please either fax us the details of the transfer to +61-3-9589-7951, or via email to email@example.com.
I get an "unable to open the specified browser" error message.
The browser path is not set correctly in Preferences. The Browser field must have the full path to the executable file of your HTML browser. For information on setting up BookMarx to work with either IE4 or Netscape click on the respective link.
What platforms are supported and do you have MAC version?
FtpWolf is currently available for Windows 9x, ME, NT, 2000 and XP.
Mac users can use Virtual PC. For more information please see: http://www.microsoft.com/mac (This information provided on an "as-is" basis, and operated at user's own risk).