[WriteLog] Band Map Problems
W4LC at fuse.net
Sat Dec 5 07:19:06 PST 2009
I have XP Pro on the new PC.
I looked at the ini file per your suggestion. Sure enough, it was pointing
to an empy folder, c/documents and settings/JEBrown/My
I copied the USA_Extra.Subbands file into there. However, when I started
Writelog, the problem was still there.
What is the "bandmap Subbands" file that you mention?
----- Original Message -----
From: "W2LE" <w2le at yahoo.com>
To: "JE Brown" <W4LC at fuse.net>
Sent: Saturday, December 05, 2009 8:48 AM
Subject: Re: [WriteLog] Band Map Problems
> I found a similar problem when I installed Win7 on a new harddrive. Check
> your writelog.ini for the
> Datafiles= entry. It should point to a folder containing a .Subbands and
> a bandmap.Subbands files.
> Mine were in c:\users\W2LE\Documents\Writelog\contest
> Also the edit subbands program would not find the subbands files either.
> My writelog.ini is now in c:\windows a change from Vista.
> Paul W2LE
> JE Brown wrote:
>> My problems setting things up after switching to a new PC continue.
>> Operating in the TARA RTTY contest tonight, all my spots coming in from
>> the cluster show red (out of band), even if they are not. The bandmap
>> will not show the band edges (the red stripe), indicating (I guess) that
>> there is no band data being read. However, the "USA_Extra.SubBands"
>> file is in the Writelog\Programs directory. Editing the subbands seems
>> to make no difference. Using the "Show Bands" command under the "Band"
>> menu shows the proper frequencies.
>> The ini file shows:
>> Any suggestions?
>> Thanks Jim W4LC
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