12609Re: [wsjtgroup] WSJT10 SpecJT click-to-decode, JT6M
- May 1, 2014Hi Joe,
I've used WSJT a lot on 6M for MS and scatter, so when I saw your
recommendation for the new beta, I grabbed it.
I just uninstalled it (which also uninstalled my old version), then
tried the install again. It went into the programfiles/WSJT10 directory.
Same error when I tried to start it.
Since it's a beta, I thought you would want to know about it. I'm really
enjoying WSJT-X on HF.
On 5/1/2014 12:06 PM, Joe Taylor wrote:
> Hi Jim,
> It's not clear why you wanted to install the beta release of WSJT10.
> Did you want to do something at VHF ? At HF, where apparently you
> usually operate, you should be using WSJT-X.
> WSJT10 installs and runs well on Win XP and all more versions of
> Windows. As mentioned before, it should be installed in a directory of
> its own, such as C:\WSJT10. The current beta release can be downloaded
> -- Joe, K1JT
> K9YC wrote:
>> On 4/25/2014 12:20 PM, Joe Taylor wrote:
>>> These deficiencies have been corrected in WSJT 10.0 r4064, which is
>>> available for download at
>> Hi Joe,
>> I installed this one today, accepting defaults. It went into the \WSJT9
>> directory with the existing WSJT9. The new shortcut is named WSJT10, and
>> calls a BAT file, which opens a DOS window, then there's an error
>> message from Windoze that MSVCR100.DLL cannot be found.
>> I searched my hard drive for it, and found several copies of two files
>> with that name in Mozilla, Google Earth, and Jave directories.
>> The existing WSJT9 icon calls WSJT.exe, seems to start and run without
>> errors (I didn't run any signal into it), and reports 9.7 r3639 on the
>> Windoze title bar.
>> I'm running up to date XP Pro.
>> 73, Jim K9YC
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