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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...
you need to get a new comp Djellett
Originally Posted by Cricinfo
Then follow the proper instructions and decrypt them, and then it won't say file not found!Originally Posted by DJellett
You need to stop making unhelpful comments about things you don't understand.Originally Posted by Vande Mataram
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.
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)
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.
FixedOriginally Posted by Vande Mataram
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