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TpTask / Latest version: V2.8
« Last post by jeff on 05-Apr-2011, 17:40:18 »
This is the board for TPTask related discussions.
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Spine / Re: Latest version: V5.7
« Last post by KMorgan on 05-Apr-2011, 15:43:29 »
Jeff

after typing cmd I get the following prompt

C:\Users\Keith>

I then type %userprofile% and hit return to get

'C:\Users\Keith' is not recognized as an internal or external command, operable program or batch file.

I'm afraid I'm off on my hols as of right now, so can't help for a week. Sorry.

Cheers for now

Keith
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Spine / Re: Latest version: V5.7
« Last post by jeff on 05-Apr-2011, 14:48:29 »
Good, glad you found it. Perhaps you can help me a bit further to try and find out why the updated install program didn't find that file and delete it.

Can you tell me what your userprofile environment variable is set to? The easiest way is to type 'cmd' in the search window on the Start menu, then type %userprofile% (return) at the command window prompt.

It will then say something like 'C:\Users\username' is not recognised etc. It's the bit between the quotes I need. If you prefer, you can PM me with the information, rather than post it here (click on my name and there's a menu on the left hand side of the page).
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Spine / Re: Latest version: V5.7
« Last post by KMorgan on 04-Apr-2011, 20:47:30 »
Aha

Once again proven that I'm not as smart as I'd like to be.  You are right I didn't delete the file in the "Virtual" place.  Thanks Jeff.

Keith

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Spine / Re: Latest version: V5.7
« Last post by jeff on 04-Apr-2011, 19:50:32 »
Well, the updated installer (A10) is supposed to fix the problem, and I can't see why this doesn't work for a couple of people.

The manual solution is to go to the AppData folder in your user area in Windows Explorer. (AppData is normally a hidden folder, so if you can't see it, bring up Folder Options on the Tools menu and select the View tab. Click the radio button next to 'Show hidden files, folders and drives').

Under AppData\Local\VirtualStore\Program Files\Spine you will see at least one file (2010X.dos or similar). Delete all files in this folder and it will all work again.

(Ignore the AppData\Local\Spine folder if it exists - this is not the problem.)

Edit: Oh I see you say you have deleted AppData files already - are you sure you found that particular folder?
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Spine / Re: Latest version: V5.7
« Last post by KMorgan on 04-Apr-2011, 12:43:36 »
Jeff

Just updated to 5.7 and am getting the "incorrect database format" (or something like that) error.  I've tried uninstalling and deleting all Spine files/folders in app data that I can find.  However, I still get the error once I've installed Spine gain.  Any help really appreciated as I lurv Spine.  Win7 64 btw.

Cheers

Keith
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Announcements / Re: Registration
« Last post by jeff on 29-Mar-2011, 09:36:50 »
After opening registration again for a short time, I have had to close it down again due to floods of spam attempts.

Again, if you wish to join the forum, please email me with your user name and valid email address. I will then add you to the membership and supply a temporary password which you should then change.
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Spine / Re: D216 shown as a Restricted area to FL150
« Last post by Phil King on 27-Mar-2011, 13:00:39 »
Thanks Jeff for investigating this.

By the way the update for v5.7 apparently installed on my Windows XP system without any problems.  I didn't need to re-install from scratch.
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Spine / Re: D216 shown as a Restricted area to FL150
« Last post by jeff on 27-Mar-2011, 11:28:50 »
More on this. I have contacted Croft Brown and he agrees there are errors, specifically with the duplication of D216. He will be issuing an amended update shortly.
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Spine / Re: Latest version: V5.7
« Last post by jeff on 26-Mar-2011, 11:28:54 »
Bump date.
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