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Author Topic: Windows 8 - Basestation Reporter.  (Read 2442 times)

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Offline KenR

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Windows 8 - Basestation Reporter.
« on: December 10, 2013, 01:37:29 PM »
Background.
I have just purchased a new netbook for travelling (Acer V5) to replace my ageing Samsung NC10.
The new netbook comes with Windows 8 and a touch screen.   I have upgraded it by downloading Windows 8.1.
My Problem.
Basestation Reporter will not work - reporting "EDatabseError - SQL logic error or missing database"
I am assuming the error is "Missing database" considering Reporter loads very quickly and I have a large sqb.

I have user account control set to Never Notify, but UNLIKE my Windows 7 computer, the basestation being updated in Windows 8.1 is in Virtual Store.  (Windows 7 with user account control set to never notify updates the sqb in c:/programFiles/Kinetic/Basestation.)

I cannot see any reference in BasestationReporter.ini to where the sqb is located, so assume it expects the sqb to be in the same directory.   I have also put a copy of reporter in the basestation folder in virtual store.

Any input would be appreciated.

Many Thanks

Ken



Offline Chris-G0WTZ

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Re: Windows 8 - Basestation Reporter.
« Reply #1 on: December 10, 2013, 02:01:49 PM »
I have had some big issues with Windows 8 OEM versions playing up
I made a folder in the root of C called Kinetic and installed basestation there. It now runs happily on Win 8 without the virtual store being involved.
My note book is Win 8 and all is fine on that in the default clearly something in the OEM install from my computer supplier