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Discussion in 'Ground2k4, SBuilder, SBuilderX' started by drjaguila, 22/7/07.

  1. drjaguila

    drjaguila

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    Hi all:

    sorry but SBUILDER work in WINDOWS VISTA?


    jose
  2. scruffyduck

    scruffyduck Administrator Staff Member FSDevConf team Resource contributor

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    I think so - have you tried?
  3. Tim_A

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    It does on my PC ;)
  4. drjaguila

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    ok, but I have this problem

    thanks, But I have this problem:


    and Idont why


    jose luis
    Last edited: 24/7/07
  5. Luis_Sá

    Luis_Sá Resource contributor

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    Hello,

    I never tried SBuilderX in Vista. Looking to error message, I see the error happens when SbuilderX starts. At this stage SBuilderX runs a routine called Check For FSX Tools (Resample, Shp2Vc, etc). You can see the routine in:

    http://www.ptsim.com/forum/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=1113

    It seems the error is on these lines:

    B = SDKTerrain & "shp2vec.exe"
    C = ToolsFolder & "shp2vec.exe"
    File.Copy(B, C, True)

    SBuilder is trying to copy shp2vec.exe from the SDK Terrain folder to the SBuilder Tools folder.

    May you can copy those files manually and SBuilderX will not give you the error next time you run it.

    Regards,

    Luis
  6. drjaguila

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    thanks Luis

    Hi Luis:

    I do it and the problem is same, no change,
    :(


    jose luis
  7. Tim_A

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    Are you running it as Administrator? (right-click the program icon and select "Run As"). It could be a user rights issue (Vista is a royal PITA sometimes!).

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