[chirp_users] Where do I find chirpw.exe.log ??

Ron McKenzie rmckenzie5 at cfl.rr.com
Sun Jan 22 15:32:48 PST 2012

See below.

On 1/22/2012 10:33 AM, Dan Smith wrote:
> He's asking about chirpw.exe.log, which is something that the Py2Exe 
> environment creates by itself and I have no control over, as far as I 
> know. I don't believe it gets created unless there's an error that 
> needs to be logged there.
>> If you are using Windows Vista or Windows Seven, you always should
>> run the program as administrator - right click on the Chirp's
>> shortcut and select "Run as administrator". Or you can change the
>> directory permissions on 'C:\Program Files (x86)\CHIRP\' or reinstall
>> the program to another (non Program Files) directory.
> Ron, if you could try this and then see if a chirpw.exe.log file gets
> created, that would be helpful. The contents of this log may help me
> determine what's causing it to be created in the first place.
Dan, I was able to start Chirp by using the right-click menu's Run as 
Admin. I also tried uninstalling Chirp from \Programs (x86)\ and 
installing it to C:\Chirp. After doing this and fixing the paths in my 
desktop Chirp icon, Chirp starts without displaying the error msg.



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