ECO Patch New Downloader

As what the title says, this application is just a download helper for eco’s patch files. It looks similar to the previous post, but with some added functions. Now the program can handle editing the upsv.lst and running nginx for you.

Note: This program requires .NET Framework 4.0

ECO Patch Downloader 2014-12-21 13.27.56
ECO Patch New Downloader

How to use:

  1. Point the ECO Directory into your ECO client directory (must contain eco.ver file)
  2. Point the nginx Installation Directory into where your nginx resides (must contain nginx.exe)
  3. Click “Check Updates” Button and wait for the process to finish. You can see how big the update is.
  4. When you’re ready to download, click “Start Download”
  5. When you need to pause the download, just click “Stop Download”
  6. You can resume your download even if this application is closed. Just make sure your eco.ver is intact.
  7. After the download is finished, click the “Start Patch” button to prepare the upsv.lst and nginx.
  8. Login to the website and start ECO launcher
  9. After the launcher finished patching, click the “Done Patching” to recover the original upsv.lst file and stop nginx.

Benefits:

  • Supports pause/continue download
  • Auto-detects your current ECO version and newest version available
  • Batch download all patch files needed until the newest version available (if you’re at version 340 and the newest version is 373, it will download patch version 341-373)

Backdraws:

  • It does not check the integrity of each file. Files that are already the same size as described in dl_list.txt will be skipped.
  • There is no guarantee it will always work on everyone’s machine (usually .NET framework problem). It should work on Windows 7 machines as long as it keeps updated.
  • Might be buggy

Download and use it at your own risk.
Download nginx here.

5 thoughts on “ECO Patch New Downloader”

    1. 1) Check your nginx.exe using Task Manager. Make sure it’s running properly. Try opening http://localhost/ in your browser to quickly check.
      2) Check your upsv.lst file. Make sure it’s pointing to localhost. The file’s content should only contain word “localhost” without quotes.

  1. Hello there , Alex
    While looking at the date it may been a long day and surely you hardly seen this site eh ;

    but at least i will ask , i have same problem as the Jack guy
    and i have followed your Instruction there but
    in the end the result still same , there’s nothing wrong about it but it still give same words and problem

    please help πŸ™‚

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