1837Re: [dxatlas] Can't Run Ham Cap or BandMaster after upgrading to Win7 64-bit
- Mar 8, 2010Wouldn't it also work simply to install the program somewhere other than
the Program Files directory, in order to avoid the intervention of
Windows 7's UAC (Unauthorized Access Control)? Many N1MM Logger users
are doing this with Vista or Windows 7, simply to avoid Microsoft's
73, Pete N4ZR
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On 3/8/2010 12:56 AM, Bruce Tanner wrote:
> Thanks, Alex, for the tip. I will give your suggestions a try on my
> Windows 7 machine tomorrow. Actually, I have just upgraded my system to
> be able to have a faster one for SDR. I was also running in to a
> video/streaming audio problem with my XP system. I think a new video
> card may help that which I intend to check out tomorrow. I can use
> either OS at this point but will work towards making my Windows 7 system
> the primary one for the future.
> I continue to be very pleased with and a frequent user of your software.
> Thanks very much for offering all of them to the amateur community.
> Bruce, K2BET
> On 3/7/2010 10:47 PM, Alex, VE3NEA wrote:
>> Hi Bruce,
>> None of my programs are officially supported on Vista or Windows 7. If
>> have Windows XP or can install it, use this OS instead. If you absolutely
>> need to run Band Master on Windows 7, you can try the following.
>> Uninstall Band Master and OmniRig via Add/Remove Programs, then
>> install them
>> again, but be sure to run the installer with Administrator privileges.
>> To do
>> so, log in as Administrator, then right-click on Setup.exe and click
>> on Run
>> as Administrator in the popup menu. Note that a simple double-click on
>> Setup.exe will start it with standard privileges even if you are
>> logged in
>> as Administrator.
>> 73 Alex VE3NEA
>> ----- Original Message -----
>> From: "Bruce Tanner"<bet110@...<mailto:bet110%40comcast.net>>
>> Sent: Sunday, March 07, 2010 10:03 PM
>> Subject: Re: [dxatlas] Can't Run Ham Cap or BandMaster after upgrading to
>> Win7 64-bit
>>> I am running the same OS and when I just attempted to load "Bandmaster",
>>> I got a similar message but it was relating to "Omni Rig".
>>> Interestingly, after about 30 seconds or so, Bandmaster appeared and
>>> provided an update from the spotter list. Not sure why nor do I have a
>>> fix for the issue. I had recently downloaded a copy of 'ITS HF' which I
>>> believe to be the latest. That site is bit confusing to me. As I type I
>>> just received the second update on 'Bandmaster'. You might make sure you
>>> have the most recent copy of 'ITS HS' and see if that helps. In spite of
>>> the error message it seems to be functioning on this Windows 7 X64
>>> Bruce, K2BET
>>> On 3/7/2010 9:41 PM, Jim wrote:
>>>> DX Atlas and IonoProbe installed OK, but Ham Cap and Band Master will
>>>> not run on my Win7 64-bit machine. I get the following error message:
>>>> "Exception EOleSysError in module HamCap.exe. Error accessing the Ole
>>>> Anyone got a fix for this?
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