Sounds mighty whacky! I get the impression you are running this on a laptop.
Sometimes there are special drivers required to access all the ports,
functions, and PCMCIA cards when running from DOS on these machines. Can you
try turning off all serial and parallel port assignments in STDCFG and LOGCFG
and trying TR again.
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>>>"Mark S. Adams, P.E." said:
> Hi Gang,
> I thought that I had the disk partitioning down to a science using
> Partition Magic and Boot Magic. I had 4 nice primary partitions. One each
> for the Dell hidden system (FAT), DOS (FAT), 98 (FAT32) and XP (NTFS).
> Boot magic allows me to easily boot to any of the latter three. A copy of
> TRLog 6.64 resides on each partition.
> BUT, when I try to run TRLog while in native DOS 6.2, the program simply
> stops accepting keyboard commands after about 5 keystrokes! The setup
> routine is OK. I can use CTRL-J to make a change or two, but when I go to
> log a Q, the keyboard seems dead. The cursor in the call entry field is
> blinking as it normally does. At this point the only thing that works is
> removing the AC power and the battery and rebooting. A search of the
> archives did not solve my problem. HELP!
> For the ARCI contest over the weekend I had to load QRPDupe and run it out
> 98. It's a darn nice program, but I WANT TRLog BACK.
> 73, Mark K2QO
> Mark S. Adams, P.E.
> University at Buffalo
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