These are the same errors Ken and I saw last October/November. He did some
work on the program, thought it was working, then it stopped working. I was
using Vista-64, Ken might have been using Vista-32. I have since stopped using
Vista and went back to XP (for a number of unrelated reasons).
I assume Ken will get back to this some day. For now, I suggest you don't try
to run CT on Vista.
73 - Jim AD1C
--- Alan Zack <email@example.com> wrote:
> Hello Jim,
> Hope you are enjoying the snow in CO. Just please don't pee in it. When it
> melts it flows down the CO river to Lake Mead at Hoover Dam and becomes my
> drinking water. HI HI
> I was checking the CT archives for info on CT and WIN VISTA and found your
> two related posts below.
> I bought a new laptop at a Dec 26 sale which has VISTA installed. In
> anticipation of this weekend's ARRL CW DX Contest I tried to install CTWin.
> I followed your excellent pages on the CT Website and downloaded the CTWin
> exe program and ran the install program. The install went OK but then when I
> tried to start and run CT the following occurred:
> I get the first CT window. At ENTER FILE NAME: I used TEST and hit ENTER.
> That gave me a little VISTA window that said: OPEN TVic FAILED. I clicked on
> OK. Nothing happened. I then clicked on the X in the upper right hand
> corner of this window and it closed. I then got the info sheet page. I
> filled in all the blanks and tabbed through all the entries. I then hit
> CTL+ENTER. That gave me the page showing the files, etc and told me to hit
> any key to continue. I hit ENTER and got the logging page with a VISTA
> window that said: CTWIN.EXE HAS STOPPED WORKING. When I closed this VISTA
> window CT closed.
> I wonder if any remedies have been discovered to make CT work with CT? In
> the meantime I will use my other PC with WIN XP for the contest.
Jim Reisert AD1C/Ø, <firstname.lastname@example.org>, http://www.ad1c.us
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