Re: I've misplaced my QSOs
CSM\(r\) Gary Huber - AB9M
While RESTORE may bring back the MDB files, its going to also restore many other files. Make sure you save your recovered log file in a safe place. If you have the same VISTA experience as I, most likely you'll wind up uninstalling DXLab Suite from all folders of your computer and then find you can't reinstall it because there are recovered uninstall files now in place. But there is a solution, Dave has put a link to a freeware uninstaller at the wiki site.
Gary - AB9M
From: Kenneth D. Grimm, K4XL
Sent: Thursday, August 21, 2008 1:14 PM
Subject: Re: [dxlab] I've misplaced my QSOs
Dear All,Did you keep a backup of your log in the DXKeeper Backup directory? If
you aren't sure where they might be, go to DXKeeper's Config/Log tab.
There you will find the directory locations listed for your log and the
Have you done a search for *.mdb for all the drives on your system?
With any luck, you will find a copy of wa2bck.mdb that will have your
log info intact.
I would like to be able to revert back to a release toward the end of MayYou might try using Windows wonderful "Restore" function if you discover
that your log contents have truly disappeared and you neglected to have
Once you have your logbook data back, instead of reverting to an earlier
version of DXKeeper, you should upgrade to the latest version which will
allow you to have a backup of your logbook created once each day that
you open it.
I hope that you recover your data without too much difficulty.
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