Originally Posted by yacht422
good morning, walt here.
problem! two weeks ago i loaded v1.33 and v1.22 and all went well. the "go-ahead" was given for v1.25, i downloaded same, and problems.
first, 1.25 will not run as i get a 'cannot find the mic correction file'. with that , the install is done. (which whipped out the old settings from 2 weeks back)
so, reverted to v 1.22, which starts the measurement process, measures: l;c;r and one surround, not the other and no sub. then i get a message "failed : error code 0X03.
this happens regardless of std or custom install.
attempted a re-install from original disk, was rebuffed, as there is a newer version on the desktop :i.e. v. 1.25
The text file that comes with the V1.25 install kit explains this.
Your original install CD includes two licensing and calibration files. They are easy to spot as their file name is made up of numbers -- the serial number of your Anthem and the serial number of the calibrated mic.
Those two files need to be put into the place where the application gets installed for the application to run.
The easiest way to do this is to copy them into the install folder itself (i.e, where the Setup program is) prior to running the Setup program to perform the install of the new version of ARC.
Or you can do it after the install. Copy those two files to:
My Computer, Local Disk C:\\Program Files\\Anthem\\AnthemRoomCorrection
which is where the installer puts the application.
Now you said you reverted to V1.2.2 but couldn't do it by re-installing it, so I'm puzzled how you did that since the V1.2.5 install should have deleted your prior V1.2.2 install.
Did you move stuff to someplace other than Program Files, or try to run the uninstalled V1.2.2 application from the CD or something?
In any event, go check what is in the AnthemRoomCorrection folder described above. The V1.2.5 version should be the one that's in there.
Let's get your V1.2.5 version working (by copying in those two licensing/calibration files) and we'll work the problem from there.