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How to install the previous version of QuantShare

Updated on 2012-01-26 04:05:25

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This article applies mainly to beta versions of QuantShare, as sometimes in a new beta version of QuantShare, a feature may be broken or something isn't working as expected.

And while waiting for the next release to fix the issue (which usually occur within the next few days, between 1 and 3 days), you may want to download the previous stable version of QuantShare.


Steps:

- Click on "Start" button in Windows
- Select "Run..."
- Type the following command line then enter "OK":

"C:\Program Files\CTrading\QuantShare\installer" previous

Make sure that the path to the "installer" file is correct and replace the above line if necessary.

You will be prompted with a message that tells you whether you want to download the previous stable version. Click on "Yes" to start the new installation process.

If you do not find the "Run" command (Example in Windows 7), then use the following shortcut to open it:

Windows log key + R











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