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Old 03-05-2012, 10:50 PM
elovaarar elovaarar is offline
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Default PT10 Error opening installation log file


I tried to download the PT10 (previous verio was PT9.0.6 and played just fine )

Hardware and software:
Native HD card
WINDOWS 7/64 i72600 8G

Charging starts to move forward, but then the message
Error opening installation log file. Verify That the Specified log file location exists and That You can write to it.

What is wrong and what should I do?
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Old 11-19-2012, 06:42 PM
passman123 passman123 is offline
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Default Re: PT10 Error opening installation log file

Click start and then Run.
Type %temp% and press enter (Windows Vista/7 users can just type into the search box)
The folder will open in Windows Explorer
Locate the following files and delete them if they are present.

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