Steve Westfall Posted October 4, 2021 Share Posted October 4, 2021 I use Accordance on MacOS Big Sur (11.6), Windows 10 Professional (64-bit), and iOS 14.8. The last couple of times I've run Accordance in Windows, I've had a problem when trying to check for content updates. After selecting "Utilities -> Check for Updates" from the menu, the "Check for Updates" window pops up and then nothing happens. It just sits there. After a couple minutes I click on the "X" at the top right of the window to close the "Check for Updates" window, but it doesn't close. Windows Task Manager shows that Accordance Bible Software has two processes running. In the "Check for Updates" window the "Free" and "Paid" buttons are active; clicking back and forth between them multiple times switches back and forth between the two options. But Accordance is using 0% of cpu and network resources. The only way I can dismiss the pop-up window is to use the "End Task" option in Windows Task Manager, which closes both the pop-up and the main Accordance application. This happened both before and after updating Accordance to the latest version, 126.96.36.199. I don't have this problem with the MacOS and iOS versions; only with the Windows version. How do I fix this? Do I need to do a complete uninstall/reinstall? Thanks. Steve Westfall Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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