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    Hmm, this is a weird one that seems to happen randomly to some people and not others.

    There are files called datap.db1 and datat.db1 in the ICC folder, aren't they?
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    They are called dataT.db and dataP.db...

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    you need to get a new comp Djellett
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    Quote Originally Posted by DJellett
    They are called dataT.db and dataP.db...
    Then follow the proper instructions and decrypt them, and then it won't say file not found!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vande Mataram
    you need to get a new comp Djellett
    You need to stop making unhelpful comments about things you don't understand.

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    Thank you!

    Nikhil, I can't just go out and buy a new computer.

    Neil, is there any way I can edit or shall I just forget it?

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    Steps 10 and 11 - decrypt both files so you have the db1s in your folder.

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    i just installed ICC on my newer computer (previously it wa son the family computer) and tries to edit, i get the following error and have again, probably forgotten a step and done something really silly

    i get th e following

    "decrypted data file does not exist and dataP.db1"

    than i hit OK and it has "I/O error 103"
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    You've either forgotten or messed up the decryption steps (convdb -d etc)

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    hmm did that twice last night and again this morning and still get the message...
    i might just sending the decrypted files up from the other computer

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    It's all in this thread and the other thread.

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    neil, you have the link wrong for the first dll...its http://gosh.ex.ac.uk/~nsp201/msvcr71d.dll

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vande Mataram
    neil, you have the link wrong for the first dll...its http://gosh.ex.ac.uk/~nsp201/msvcr71d.dll
    Fixed

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