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Auto download in free version?

by aaron_dees / September 15, 2011 6:23 AM PDT

I'm running Snow Leopard on a New iMac 27". For some reason every time I open the tracker it starts downloading software automatically. It's just 3 apps but it keeps doing it when I open the tracker and redownloading the same apps. As soon as i quit it stops but when I open it it starts a new download of the same files and just adds a 1 in the name? There's no preference for doing auto downloads except if you have the full version which I don't (grayed out). Can someone tell me how to fix this or if they have had the same problem? I also unstalled it and reinstalled and that seemed to help for a while, then all of the sudden it started doing this again.

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