This is a rolling release, there is no need to re-install your already running the latest version.
IMHO, the only reasons to ever re-install a rolling distrobution is if you absolutely need the latest default configurations set up for you, or you somehow unrecoverable broke your system.
After install to the hard drive you would open the Manjaro Settings Manager > Hardware Detection and install the Non-Free (proprietary drivers) from there. Do Not use the arch method, Netrunner Rolling (Manjaro) has a different graphics stack and the config files are not in the same places. You can also use MHWD from the command line to set up drivers: https://wiki.manjaro.org/index.php?title=Manjaro_Hardware_Detection
at some point after that update it messed up my clock, its currently 9:28 AM but my clock says its 2:28pm, if i cliick on adjust date and time it still shows it being 9:28, where is this 2:28 pm time coming from?
yeah it was related to the utc time, the server is down apparently, once i unclicked utc time and picked central as my time zone i got back to normal, thanks for the tip, that put me on the right track to fix it.
Does anyone have the md5 for this? I left it torrenting for a week and now when I come to check it the download page has been updated with 09.1 and I can’t find the md5 for this one.
I don’t want to pull down another ~2.5 GB, bandwidth issues…
If you have nvidia gfx, it is recommended to download latest 2014.09.1 ISO.
Otherwise please follow the bash updating instructions in the Readme.
MD5sum: 32: b244edd02eace6d61d284abeead74daf
MD5sum: 64: 2c7a378d897cd2de27a6ad4868b6e5bd