[WriteLog] Problem with Writelog and MMTTY on Windows 7 64-bit
jim at va3hj.ca
Wed Dec 30 03:58:10 PST 2009
Hi Gary and others.
mmrtty.ocx is in C:\Writelog\Programs as it should be according to your
comments below. BUT no MMTTY as a TU type.
Has anybody had success with this combination of software?
73, Jim VA3HJ
Gary AL9A wrote:
> I don't have Windows7, but do run MMTTY V1.66G with WL V10.73D with the
> MMTTY plug in. I think your problem may lie in where you are installing
> things. I have MMTTY installed in the root directory C:\ rather than in
> Program Files. This avoids the problem with the Virtual Store path with
> User Account Control, which I hear Windows 7 also employs. I do have WL
> installed in Program Files and the WL plug in must also be installed to the
> WL program folder in Program Files. If the plug in is successful you should
> find the file mmrtty.ocx in your WL Programs folder. I think this is what
> makes MMTTY show up in the TU pull down menu. You then point it to your
> MMTTY installation. Hope this helps.
> Gary AL9A
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Jim Orcheson" <jim at va3hj.ca>
> To: <writelog at contesting.com>
> Sent: December 29, 2009 9:34 AM
> Subject: [WriteLog] Problem with Writelog and MMTTY on Windows 7 64-bit
>> I am having a problem with Writelog and MMTTY on a computer running
>> Windows 7 Home Premium 64-Bit as follows:
>> I have installed Writelog v 10.73D, MMTTY v 1.66G, and
>> MMTTYPluginForWritelog v 1.3. Writelog works OK, including Rttyrite,
>> both send and receive. However, the TU type pulldown menu in Rttyrite
>> does not list MMTTY at all.
>> I have installed Writelog in C:\Program Files (x86) which is the
>> default, MMTTY in C:\Program Files (x86) which is the default, and the
>> plugin whereever it goes. This did not work.
>> I uninstalled everything and tried again. I installed Writelog in
>> C:\Writelog, then restarted the computer. I installed MMTTY in the
>> default location and restarted the computer. I installed the plugin and
>> restarted the computer. Still no MMTTY as a TU type.
>> Am I missing something? Is there something that has to be added to the
>> INI file?
>> 73, Jim VA3HJ
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