Can't boot the software.. Missing file

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  • hello all,

    Anyone had this message when starting the software ?

    v.1202

    I am not so familiar with windows, but seems to me it will erase files files seen as viruses. In that case, could you tell me how to turn that option off ?

    If it is something else, so what it is ?

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    SystemApplication has created components

    SystemApplication is starting components

    This application is using realtime threads. Raising process priority.

    System TCP server started

    SystemApplication has started components

    Could not open file C:\ProgramData\MALightingTechnology\gma3_1.2.0\system\config/Console.dat for reading

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    thank you !

    Edited once, last by McDy00 (September 3, 2020 at 2:09 PM).

  • Hi,

    If you are referencing to this message:

    Could not open file C:\ProgramData\MALightingTechnology\gma3_1.2.0\system\config/Console.dat for reading

    It's nothing to worry about and it's not the reason for the software not starting.

    What are the specs of your computer?

    Cheers,

    Luke

  • **Update** : It actually launches, although it takes about 5 minutes before it starts...


    Not much is happening in the terminal:

    actually, nothing change when I launch Grandma3 files..

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    TerminalApplication has created components

    TerminalApplication is starting components

    This application is using realtime threads. Raising process priority.

    TerminalApplication has started components

    Could not open file C:\ProgramData\MALightingTechnology\gma3_1.2.0\shared\export\network_keys/key_registry.dat for reading

    Terminal started. type 'exit' to quit

    Unconnected>

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    Edited once, last by McDy00 (September 4, 2020 at 1:52 PM).

  • The Minimum specs say a Gen 6 Core processor, your NUC is a running a Celeron. Could be missing a CPU instruction that it needs to fallback to an older less efficient way of processing, not sure.

    I have a few NUC's (7th Gen i5s and i7s), I haven't tried running onPC on one of them yet but perhaps later next week I can give it a try.

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