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Your update to the HOSTS file deletes any valid entries in the file. NOT ACCEPTABLE

Anonymous 5 years ago updated by Unchecky 5 years ago 3
When you update the hosts file you can't delete whats already in there. That is totally unacceptable. And do a backup first. Totally unprofessional.

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When Unchecky updates the hosts file, it only removes/changes what is between the markers # unchecky_begin and # unchecky_end. Your custom entries are never affected.
Could you please provide more information about your issue? How did your hosts file look? Did you use a text editor, or some other program, to update the entries?
I've seen only the behavior the author describes and have used Unchecky across a half dozen machines over about a year with different versions of Windows. I actively maintain my hosts file and unchecky has not created any issues with it. If anything it has helped with the 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 association.
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Closing due to a lack of feedback. If you're still having the issue, please leave a comment.