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> 5.9.0 update and Windows 2000?, Failed updates with windows 2000
KD8CPI
post Nov 11 2009, 08:54 AM
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We are having problems updating Weatherlink 5.8.1 to 5.9.0 on a pc running windows 2000. This is the serial port version of the data logger. The executable WeatherLink_Install_590.exe will uncompress then nothing. I tried the same file on my personal XP machine and it starts fine and goes to update the C++ compiler for windows. Has anyone else experienced an issue with WeatherLink 5.9.0 update and Win 2000?

Any ideas or thoughts welcome.


TIA


Can a Moderator move this to the proper forum?

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post Nov 12 2009, 08:02 PM
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5.9.0 does funy things upgrading over 5.8.1 / 5.8.2 and especially with Vista.

Uninstall 5.8.x and install a full verison of 5.7.1 then run 5.9.0 over that.
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post Nov 13 2009, 07:49 AM
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QUOTE(Bugs @ Nov 12 2009, 09:02 PM) *
5.9.0 does funy things upgrading over 5.8.1 / 5.8.2 and especially with Vista.

Uninstall 5.8.x and install a full verison of 5.7.1 then run 5.9.0 over that.


I'll run that by the user and see what he says. Thanks for the idea.


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