# Package repository down, how to relocate?

I would like to use the function of TeXnicCenter 1.0, where is automatically downloads missing packages used. The problem is, that the repository it wants to download from does not exist anymore (the one on piotrkosoft.net).

How do I get TeXnicCenter to try with another repository?

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Hi imzs, Welcome to tex exchange! I think you might be a little confused- TeXnicCenter does not manage the packages; if you're on Windows then it will be handled by either MiKTeX or TeXlive, depending on which distribution you installed. Can you update us with which distribution you are using? –  cmhughes Apr 24 '12 at 11:40
Hi! Sure I am confused. :) I have just started with LaTeX. I'm using MiKTeX 2.9. –  imzs Apr 24 '12 at 11:47
You can change the repository in the miktex package manager. But you should be aware that texniccenter often disturbs the on-the-fly-installation. –  Ulrike Fischer Apr 24 '12 at 12:20
In TXC 1.0 there is a bug regarding on-the-fly-installation from MiKex. It is fixed in TXC 2.0, which is officially in alpha status, but works for me with some small problems not relevant for TeX output routine (I would consider it in beta status …). –  Speravir Apr 24 '12 at 16:47
To change the repository in MiKTeX you need to open the package manager. Then go to `Repository > Change Package Repository`.