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Doug

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this is an attempt to upload a tef measurement or two

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Both files downloaded OK, but my TEF 6.7.10.25 (TDS 6.7.8.0) software keeps crashing when I try to open the etc or shortly thereafter.  I have opened a different etc with no such problem.

Try zipping the files and uploading them that way.  One advantage of zip is that if there is corruption it usually will not open.

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I was able to open both measurements.  I sent them from my MAc to my PC.  I am using 6.7.9 and TDS 6.7.8.0. I will try zipping....

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here is A ZIPPED file of a etc.  let me know if you can open it


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This downloaded and unzipped fine.  It opened fine on my desktop copy of TEF (version 6.6.4b TDS 6.6.3).  I will try it later today on my laptop which had a problem with the original etc file.
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OK I think I have narrowed down what causes me the problem.

I downloaded (using Firefox 1.5.0.2) the two original files to the desktop (WindowsXP Pro with all the latest patches)  (Dell Latitude D810 with 1 GB ram).  If I try to open both files from here, the TEF software crashes (shuts down unexpectedly).  It appears I can open only one without problems.

If I copy the files to anywhere else I can open them both fine without crashing.

Sounds like an obscure bug in the version of TEF (6.7.10.25, NLA 6.7.8.3, PPS 6.7.1, MLS 6.7.9.1, PEQ 6.7.7.6, RTA 6.7.6.8, PET 6.7.9.7, PLR 6.7.7.3, SLX 6.7.9.6, TDS 6.7.8.0) I am using on this laptop.  No hardware is connected.

Can anyone else duplicate this?


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does it matter which one you open first? and does it happen with any files other than the ones I posted?






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I had no problem opening the link. I would suggest that when  moderators post, that they do so as both a TEF file and as a pdf. In that way if people want to look at the data without saving to TEF, and opening in TEF Software, they can just click and view.

 

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It does not matter which files they are.

I deleted your tds and etc files from my desktop and put two totally unrelated files back on my desktop, again one tds and one etc.  I can open either of the two files.  When I go to open the second file, before I even get to select the file using the open file dialog box, TEF closes unexpectedly.

This does _not_ happen on my desktop at home which is running an older version of TEF, just on the laptop with this very new version of TEF, and only if the files being opened are on the desktop.  If I put them in some other place they open fine and TEF does not crash.


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I tried the 2 files on the TEF software loaded at the TEF class in Dallas and it all worked without problem.

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Hi Don, great to see you on-line!

I did not get to the Dallas class and don't have that version of the TEF software.

Did you put the files on the Desktop or some other location when you tried to open them?  This problem has only been observed to happen when the files to be opened are directly on the desktop.

Did you use a version of TEF with all the modules loaded or only the TDS module?  The TEF install on the laptop with the problem is not only newer than what is on my main home machine, but it also has all those different modules loaded.  Can't help but wonder if the problem is related to just one of the many modules.



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Hi Don,  thanks for joining in..



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Some versions of Sound Lab have a bug that causes it to choke on files that have "invalid" settings in the header.

 

Open the etc file with a plain text header and change the Bandwidth and Receive delays from "0" to something such as 42 for bandwidth and 10 for receive delay.

 

The etc file should then open.

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