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L32Lookups for Logger32 — 61 Comments

  1. Hi Jim..
    A couple of things to check.
    1. Click on the Setup menu on the top tool bar. Then select Auto Lookup menu. On that menu make sure you have Use External Lookup selected.

    2. Click on the Internet Lookup window in Logger32. Select Toolbox then Setup External Module. Make sure you have the correct path to the Lookup put in there.

    3. Make sure you are using the latest update that is available from my website. Its located directly below the Full installer.

    4. On the Internet Lookup Window select the Transfer menu and make sure you have set to transfer fields to Logger32 and then on the Fields to transfer menu you have selected the actual fields to be transferred.

    5. Also try setting in the properties of both Logger32.exe and the L32Lookup.exe on the compatibility tab to Run as Administrator.

    Give those a try and if that doesn’t get you going we can do a teamviewer session and I will figure out whats wrong.

    73 Rick N2AMG

  2. Hi Rick,

    all set up for is ok, but when I type a call sign, directly move to QRZ.COM page of the call sign needed. But Login is required for additional detail, and I try to login ,but impossible, a window tell me no more internet access.
    thank you for your help.
    Phil F5MVB

  3. Hi Phil..
    I’m not sure what would cause that there is no window contained within the lookup that says anything about internet access. Could you take a screenshot and send it directly to I should be able to see what is going on with that..

    73 Rick N2AMG

  4. Rick,
    I’m sorry to bother you but…
    I had to move to a new computer and am having problems with the Lookup in Logger 32. When I click on the “Internet Call Lookup” I receive the message “Couldn’t find QRZ lookup module”
    Used your latest update and tried to follow your directions.
    Thanks in advance.
    73 Dale WA4CQG

  5. Hi Rick. I tried to install Lookups L32 but does not work for me. I have Windows XP SP3. If you want, I send you a picture of the screen when fails

  6. Juan..
    I just installed XPsp3 into a VM and installed Logger32 and the L32Lookups application. Everything is working fine between the 2 I have done over a dozen lookups and the information is displayed correctly as a webpage and is transferred to L32 with no issues. When you installed it did the .net 4.0 installer run or have you previously installed .net 4.0??

    73 Rick n2AMG

  7. Hi Rick…..I still cannot get your callsign lookup to work.
    A year ago or so you did teamviewer on my old pc and it was still never solved. Last Christmas I upgraded to a win10 machine and I am trying to get your L32Lookups to work but again to no avail. Everything about L32 was freshly installed as was your lookup program and its last update.
    I still keep getting “Cant find QRZ Lookup module”. I don’t know why.
    I have checked and rechecked the paths and syntax everywhere and cant find a problem. I had the same error on the old win7 machine as well. Can you possibly send me an example of the L32lookups config file from a working computer so I can compare them. I am at a loss as this is a brand new computer with brand new installation and different OS and still it doesn’t want to work. Any help is appreciated.

    Ted VE3SS

  8. Hi Ted..
    MY first question is going to be Are you running Logger32 using the Run as Administrator setting??? and are you running the Lookup with the same setting??? If not go to each .exe file and right click and select properties. Then click on the Compatibility tab. On that tab place a checkmark in the Run as Administrator checkbox.

    Also is Logger32 and the lookup installed Outside of the program files structure??

    The place where most users have trouble is in the Internet Lookup Window. They forget to browse to the new lookup location and select the new lookup .exe file

    Let me know if it still doesn’t work and we will do another Teamviewer session since you have changed OS’s..

    73 Rick N2AMG

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