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Issue ID

1161643

Regression

Yes

New Editor versions don't get installed through Hub

Hub

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How to reproduce:
1. Open Hub
2. Click Installs
3. Click Add
4. Select a version-> 'Next' -> 'Done'
5. Wait till installing done

Expected result: Selected version is installed
Actual result: Installing last for a long time and after it's done the version disappears or installing stops and the 'Failed to download https://download.unity3d.com/download_unity/b7c424a951c0/Windows64EditorInstaller/UnitySetup64- EDITOR_VERSION .exe' error is occurring

Reproducible: 2.0.1 Hub version

Comments (81)

  1. Eeb545583fc9dcdfb8b7ddf6b9dcb0d6?d=mm

    Jix

    Apr 05, 2020 11:49

    I tried everything and still can't fix the issue, I'm using Windows 8.
    I tried:
    1- Uninstalling old Unity versions and reinstalling Unity Hub.
    2- Changing install location in Unity Hub.
    3- Restarting my PC.
    4- Installing the Editor only without any additions or platforms.
    5- Run Unity Hub as administrator.

    So far nothing worked :(

  2. 5e34fe0725e18aa86505c1ea3d35f7ab?d=mm

    XxSimBaaxX

    Apr 01, 2020 18:22

    how is it marked as fixed and I still have it with 2019.3.7f1

  3. A9887ba16d18dcb942642d857ac15cef?d=mm

    MarcClintDion

    Mar 17, 2020 18:54

    I'm having this issue on March 16-17 2020. I read somewhere else that uninstalling and reinstalling the hub with administrator privileges can help but when I tried this the download also failed but this time I received an error message saying that the server is unresponsive.

    I believe this confirms my theory that the Unity Hub is failing because of a poorly configured timeout function. If it doesn't hear back from the server for a few seconds then the download fails. This is a huge problem for busy wifi networks because they tend to get busy in spurts causing the Hub to timeout.

  4. 1994c0f03953c325d0429d596939237d?d=mm

    vasaki

    Mar 16, 2020 08:24

    So, the issue is definitely not fixed, the installation of 2019.3.x version via Unity Hub 2.3.0 was just breaking up without any messages.

    Workaround that helped:
    1. Uninstall all current Unity Editor versions
    2. Uninstall Unity Hub
    3. Reinstall Unity Hub
    4. Change the Unity Editors path in the Unity Hub
    5. Run the installation as usual via Unity Hub

  5. 6099fd2e0f2c5720a5a5413bc3f4a283?d=mm

    EatTheBeef48

    Mar 13, 2020 23:17

    I had the same problem, but I am using linux through a chromebook, anyone know a linux fix?

  6. 20fe12624522d47e3097184f207f0474?d=mm

    KoLake

    Mar 09, 2020 10:41

    same issue on 2.3.0 with Mac Catalina. Nothing is downloaded into UnityEditor folder

  7. Ab73666d6a2245d319dc48974bf62e00?d=mm

    Jzubah

    Mar 08, 2020 15:15

    totally not fixed, keeps happening to me and multiple colleagues

  8. 1f3dab0f25bf84f13f567e3f8373eff9?d=mm

    CosminG

    Mar 04, 2020 19:14

    Same problem here. I tried 2 times, I can see it downloads as my C drive space is getting lower, but it doesn't appear in the Hub.

  9. 8cfcfd926430b6603386edbf8d07b1ac?d=mm

    Odiobill

    Mar 02, 2020 16:09

    Same problem here trying to download 2019.3.3, tried many times. Didn't have that issue with any previous version

  10. 1dddbaed36d87a26fc80c32df38a723a?d=mm

    ChristianDeramo

    Feb 28, 2020 09:38

    I managed to solve it by changing the installing directory! Unity Hub was trying to install into the /System folder, I changed it to another folder (like whatever you want) and it was all fine.

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