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I have installed VX12.6 on an XP machine with a dongle. Install process appears fine. I Skipped the password bit.
I have a password for V11 a& V12. I have 11.82, 12.46, 12.55 all of which run fine.
However, 12.6 fails to even get to the splash scree. It is a bog standard install - I did not change any directories etc at all.
Well lets, be honest here. It did start dueing the initial install. I went to import config and pointed to the 12.55 file set then imported some a bundle and template and I think a few DAL bits.
It then failed as described below. Then I uninstalled and re installed. Still not go.
Then I uninstalled the HASP software and re instinstalled it with my V12 password. 12.55 works fine.
However 12.6 remains resolutely silent!.
I have a spaceball which does a double beep on VX start up. This occurs, but is followed moments later with single beep, indicating VX shut down. No VX action is evident.
So, any clues...?
Message 2 of 9
If you re-installed over the User, then you may have a vxpaths or vx session file problem. From your v1260 User Folder, delete vxpaths and the .Vxsession folder.
Note, v12.60 does not support the VxDALs that you have.
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neither of the suggestions solved the problem.
I did a complete uninstall and deleted all 12.6 files. Then re installed.
I have not used the import config command. Whilst it is powerful it is not entirely intuitive as I have only a vague idea as to what should be imported and no idea what should not.
I'll just point ot my priuvate bundle and template for now.
Re the DALS - that was a punt!
Otherwise all is up and away.
Now to make the config customisations carefully.
Oh, I am trying to use the dark background too.
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Of course people who bet on horses are punters too. I presume that is an English expression as well.
PS. Getting here via the Backdoor works fine for some reason. (Ahaa, more code eh Chris)
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A punt is the concave bottom of a 'better' wine wine bottles . The earliest origins of the punt are lost in history but there is much conjecture. Punts likely existed either for strength of the bottom of the bottle (especially with sparkling wine) or in order to form a stable (non-rocking) bottom in the hand-blown bottles. Today a punt is unnecessary and exists only because many consumers equate the presence of a punt as an indication of quality. Modern glass technology allows bottles to be made that do not require a punt for strength or stability for either sparkling or still wines.
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I suspect this thread has come to a sticky end. Alas that is usually the way of the web.
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