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TMG 8.02 Install error 505 TRROLESTOD5


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#1 Cynthia

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Posted 16 April 2012 - 02:09 PM

I downloaded the full version of TMG 8.02. All appeared ok. Then I did a restore of my TMG7 backup file .sqz. It appeared to go okay, then ended with an error 505 TRROLESTOD5 There is not enough disk space for y:\documents\The Master Genealogist v8\Projects\our family tree_c.fpt with options Abort, retry, ignore.

Retry did nothing. Ignore gave a further error 21 FIX_70 with same written message. Abort continued on and at first loaded the program, but then when I tried to save the program, it again gave me the 505 error, exactly as above.

I tried running the Sample file and all appeared ok, no 505 error. But when I tried saving a layout in it, I got an error 84 REPPUSH stating the repeat.dbf has been corrupted. Table will need to be repaired before using again.

I have run TMG7 on a Mac in Parallels with no problem for the past 2 years.

I tried deleting TMG8 and then reran the full install, but got the same errors. I've rebooted several times. There is plenty of space left on my C drive under parallels; I even tried deleting some things, just in case.

I did not want to do the update to v8 because I've read of various problems and wanted to make sure my data and setup were correct in both v7 and v8 before deleting v7.

Thank you for your help.


Edited by Cynthia, 16 April 2012 - 02:12 PM.

#2 Virginia Blakelock

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Posted 17 April 2012 - 09:24 AM

y:\documents\The Master Genealogist v8\Projects\our family tree_c.fpt

Cynthia -

How does a y:\ drive fit into the restore? You mentioned having plenty of space on your c:\ drive under parallels.

I got an error 84 REPPUSH stating the repeat.dbf has been corrupted.

For this error in the Sample project, try File / Maintenance / Initialize Repeat Files.

I think I would try a backup/restore of project files only (without exhibits) and see if that is error free. Then backup/restore the exhibits and customizations separately. Maybe you can identify a problem area.

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#3 ggilbert1


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Posted 18 April 2012 - 01:40 PM

It looks like your TMG Project files are located on the Mac side (drive Y=MacUser/Documents mapped to Windows by Parallels) I suggest you place TMG Project files on the Windows side per my article running TMG on a Mac http://www.whollygen...indpost&p=51722
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