4310Re: [digsstv] new user, can't get program to start properly
- Apr 28, 2013The author of the program is fairly old,,you should be so spry and writting programs when your his age and the program is FREE,.. Eric, the author, is one of the nicest persons I know and does his best with all his programs,, Again its FREE,, if you feel that you need someone to "BITCH" to bitch at me, I've delt with A.H. all my life and one more will make no difference...I run EasyPal in " program files" in both XP and Windows 7.. There is no problem there...Garrett / AA0OIFrom: jdow <jdow@...>
Sent: Sunday, April 28, 2013 4:54 PM
Subject: Re: [digsstv] new user, can't get program to start properly
It's an old program. It's not setup to work correctly in "Program Files".
Create a folder "C:\dumbstuff\". Tell installers to put old software into
that folder. This should make everything work a little nicer. Then bitch
mightily to the author about fixing the problem.
On 2013/04/28 02:41, Matthew VK3EVL wrote:
> For win 7 Try right clicking on the file and select "Run as administrator"
> Another option is to turn off UAC which i personally don't like doing but there
> are many out there who are happy with it.
> The starting with admin privs is probably related to where you have installed
> the software. From memory (it's been a while since i fired up the software) it
> needs to write to the directory it is installed in. If that directory is in the
> program files directory then expect some weirdness if not run as admin.
> On 28/04/2013 2:41 AM, Chris Myers wrote:
>> I have been using Fldigi for a couple of years, so I know the FT-897 radio and
>> Signalink interface work fine.
>> When I load the EasyPal program on my laptop, using Windows XP, Pro, I can get
>> it to start only when logged in with Admin privileges. When I try logging in
>> as an ordinary user, I get the message, "File Access Denied". I have gone back
>> to mark the program as "shared on the network", with no better results.
>> When I tried loading the program on my desktop computer, running Win 7, it
>> would not start when logged in as admin or ordinary user. It just refused to
>> Any ideas??
>> Chris Myers, KB1NEK,
>> ARES Emergency Coordinator for Franklin CO in WMA
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