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Not sure what I did wrong, but after many months of trouble free operation, when I click on a station, have a QSO and select AD, (which usually goes to my QSO list and to QRZ) I get this message "SQL logic error or missing database no such table:LOG I'm sure I messed up something in my computer. I hope I didn't lose all my QSO's in LOG4OM.
Thanks for the reply. Well there is a long string in the lower right, WinKeyer IRED C:\Users\Mike...etc etc, all of my spots are RED. When I do the drop down I see, new database, open database, copy database to export ADIF etc etc. i also got a DB upgrade required message but I think that's just because I messed up something. Just when I think I am getting pretty good at this stuff...crap.
I tried that, but it seems that my laptop didn't have room to backup so no restore. I'll try again though. Can I capture my contacts by making an ADIF file from my QRZ logbook, putting it on a thumb drive and saving it to my laptop in the correct file folder? I always used the AD feature to send each contact to QRZ. Thanks for your efforts in helping me. If I can't get log4om to work, I may uninstall it and reinstall. Good idea or not?. BTW, where is my log4om contact log stored and what might it's file extension be called? I can search for it, just in case it's hiding somewhere else on my computer. When I hit the recent QSO button, it's empty. All my prior contact countries, frequencies, bands etc etc are red.
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You don't need to reinstall unless something has been badly corrupted
Look for files with the extension .SQLITE so perhaps logbook.sqlite or WA1MAD.SQLite, that is the main database
If you find it then simply go to the file menu in Log4OM and select 'Open database' then select the file that you found and open it.
If your computer has insufficient space to save a backup of Log4OM then your windows system wont work very well if at all. Normally a Windows OS needs about 30% free disk space to operate efficiently.
73 Terry G4POP