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Re: [SD-User] Lost Log

Subject: Re: [SD-User] Lost Log
From: Dieter <>
Date: Mon, 21 Nov 2011 18:40:28 +0100
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Thank you , Paul and Joe and Ian for the hints so far.

I did the search and found HOT2011 *.* in the following path
C:\user\dieter\AppData\local\virtual store\program files\AFU\AFU 

There was a list with the search results and I could open .LOG  or  
.CVS.... with the editor when clicking the icon.
Well, but there is no of these files with the special extensions in the 
list in the SD order.

I have just checked this again a second ago.
I will check whether the path is too long - I can't remember what I did 
during the installation.
But: There are the files in of the IARU  ctest this year so I do not 
understand why the last  entries  are not to be seen.

PCs are a strange kind of animals, aren't  they.

So far  the search task did find the single log parts, but I do not find 
them in the proper order.

It possibly will be an easy way to install the latest SD version and   
put in some test entries.
But why the hell can't I find the last log parts.

73!  Dieter

Am 21.11.2011 16:48, schrieb Paul O'Kane:
> On 21/11/2011 11:30, Dieter wrote:
>> I named the Log  HOT2011
>> There is a dot behind  HOT2011 as I saw on the opening screen.
>> I  finished the log with END but can't find it eiter.
> Unless you specified otherwise during installation, all
> SD program, log and reference files are located in your
> C:\SD folder.  No one ever loses QSOs with SD, because it
> creates a separate audit (.AUD) file of all QSOs logged
> and edits made.
> You can use Windows Explorer (start at the "My Computer"
> icon, or hold down the Windows key and press E) to
> locate and rename (delete the spurious character) your
> HOT2011.ALL file.
> Once you have done that, SD and/or SDCHECK will recognise
> it.
>   >  but I cannot find them in the SD list - no HOT2011
>   >  entry at all.  So I would kindly ask for any other hints.
> Please so the same thing you would do to find any other file.
> Try Start / Search / Files and Folders / All Files&  Folders
> and enter HOT as "all or part of the file name", and press
> the Search button.
>   >  Anyway , the different data  created by SD check should
>   >  be stored in the proper list within all SD info, shouldn't
>   >  they?
> Again, all the data is stored in C:\SD, unless you specify
> otherwise.
> 73,
> Paul EI5DI
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