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  1. OK it figures…updated Logger32 to 4.0.427 and voila all is working again. Who knows where my glitch was…

    Jim K2QB

  2. Hi Rick,

    first of all, let me thank you for the great pieces of software you are providing to the community.
    Now, let’s come to me… This morning I opened L32, upgraded to last version, and opening your L32LogSync it is no more uploading QSO on LOT while Clubblog was OK. Looking at the debug file, there is a phrase sounding like “this exception cannot be handled by your Operating System”, meaning the call to a procedure or subroutine… (?)… I rolled back to previous L32 version and error stays there Error 5: “Invalid procedure call or argument”.
    Could you please help me?
    THanks in advance… best 73 de Vic, I2GPT

  3. Hi Rick,

    L32 Logsync worked well for a long time BUT ( How you must hate tha word) when I try andcreate a LoTW eport file in Logger32and upload to LOTW a message comes up Logger 32 needs to be running BUT it is running! I have reloaded LOG sync 2.0.18 and restarted Logger32 ver 4.0.254 without success. Any Ideas L32 Log sync just does not seem to know Logger32 is running. Your help would be much appreciated.

    73 Paul G3SEM

  4. Hi Paul..
    Is Logger32 running using the Run as Administrator setting?? If so then Logsync needs to be run the same way. I just loaded up the last version of Logger32 downloaded about 20 minutes ago and opened Logsync and they worked fine together. I uploaded 23 qso’s to LOTW.

    One other thing is check your anti-virus software. Try turning it off and then load Logger32 and then Logsync. It is possible that the AV software is blocking the communication between Logger32 and Logsync.

    73 Rick N2AMG

  5. Hi All,
    Regarding the Logsync message above reported by Paul, I had the same, but I figure out that when I open logsync directly from the shortcut I get this message, if I open from in logger32, no message, all good.
    The only persistent issue I have is, the Logsync stays minimized and do not open after a couple of minutes, then I have to close from task manager and open from again. Not a big deal, but this is the only issue I have. I love use Logsync, it automates a lot of work. 🙂
    Thanks Rick for this!
    73
    Alex

  6. Hi Rick,
    I just noticed that a newer version is available. hihih.. I was using the 2.0.9, I just installed the 2.0.18. I’ll let you know if issue persists here.

    73
    Alex
    PC3T | PY1KS | PY2SEX

  7. Rick, Good Morning.

    I’m running both L32 LogSync and L32, I’m asking LogSync to ‘Create LoTW Export file and upload to LoTW’ LogSync is telling me L32 needs to be running, which it is.. What do I need to fix this, please?

    Thanks for any help

  8. Hi Kev..
    By any chance are you running Logger32 using the Run as Administrator setting?? If so you will also need to run that same settings with Logsync. When the programs are connected you should see {L32} in the caption of L32Logsync. If the programs can’t talk to each other that indicator will not be present. The most common cause for that is one program running as Administrator and the other is not. It could also be the other way around. L32Logsync is set to run as Administrator but L32 is not..

    Let me know how you make out..
    73 Rick N2AMG

  9. Good evening Rick,
    I have the latest .msi lookup dated 23rd March 2021 ver:1.0.18 installed but when I click on a cluster spot the response is “Can’t Find QRZ Lookup Module”
    Under the “Auto Lookup” tab I have auto internet callsign lookup (external) is ticked.
    The blue internet lookup tab will go to grey if I click on it?
    I am a qrz xml user and the correct callsign and password have been entered. Obviously the L32Lookups are installed on the C drive alongside (well just above) the Logger32 folder. Looking for why it can’t find the QRZ lookup module. Tnx Chris

  10. Hi Chris..
    Most of the time this happens the user is running Logger32 using the Run as Administrator setting. When Logger32 is run using this any programs associated with it needs to also run using the same setting. The other thing you can check is open the Logger32 Internet Lookup window and click Toolbox and then Setup External Module. When the window opens in the line that is being used look to see if the correct path to L32Lookups.exe is correct. These 2 items are the only things that would stop Logger32 from finding the lookup.

    73 Rick N2AMG

  11. Hi Rick.

    I have been using LogSync 2.0.18 for upload and download with LoTW with no issues until today. It worked fine 2 days ago. Upload to LoTW works fine. Download no longer works and it says Error information has been written to ErrorLog file!! I can’t find the file to even see what the problem is. What do you suggest?
    Thanks. -Steve NA6G

  12. Rick,
    I am seeing the program hanging up more and needing to used task manager to shut it down. I can send the debug file if needed

  13. Hi.
    Today updated the last versión of Logger32 but one update error has received from Logsync.
    You can test this last versión?

    Regards.

  14. Hi Chris, nice to meet you. In the Logger32Sync i have a problem with the programm.This is the problem : I have a notification that said : Tqsl Version 2.5.7 ( v 2.5.7) system error c:Logger32LoTWUpload.adei.ADI : no such file or directory
    Final Status : TQSLLib Error (5)
    Any idea ?un avv

  15. Hi Steve..
    I’m not sure if I sent you a direct email on this or not since I am not at my normal computer. The file you want to look at is called DebugLog.txt. Actually if you do this we both can see what is going on. Open the program and turn Debug On. Do a download from LOTW and if it error’s out then turn Debug off and in the directory the program is installed in will be the DebugLog.txt file. Attach that to am email and send it directly to rellison@twcny.rr.com

  16. I have not gotten any error’s running the latest version of Logger32. What is the error you are getting??

    73 Rick N2AMG

  17. I have not seen that error previously but if you do this..
    Open the program and turn Debug on. Then click the Export from Logger32 button on the LOTW page or if you have already exported a file from Logger32 then click the browse button and select the file you want uploaded. After the program error’s out turn Debug Off and in the directory where the program is installed you will find DebugLog.txt attach that to an email and send it to rellison@twcny.rr.com and I will take a look at what is causing it…

    73 Rick N2AMG

  18. Hi, I am getting a message “unable to find TrustedQSL station_data files.”
    Logsync continues to load until I hit “okay” on the error message.
    Using W10. Recently updated W10 and it, of course, messed up a few things and wondering what has happened now? I do have TrustedQSL and certif is fine. In LOTW setup all directories are correct. help! thanks,
    Randy, KF4O

  19. Open Tqsl and on the top menu select I think it is Station Data Files. You need to create at least one of them for your location. When Logsync opens tqsl.exe it passes the Station_data file name that it is supposed to use based on the dropdown on the LOTW tab. Once you create the data file you will no longer get that error message..

    73 Rick N2AMG

  20. Wonderful Rick! Thanks so much for a great program and for such a quick response!
    Randy, KF4O

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