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  • quiasmox
    Hi, Phil, Thanks for the reply. I fixed the problem by applying a procedure I googled up- unregistering and re-registering DAO3.6 on my computer. Now all the
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      Hi, Phil,
      Thanks for the reply. I fixed the problem by applying a procedure I googled up- unregistering and re-registering DAO3.6 on my computer. Now all the MDBs have been converted to .tclib format, and I won't have to worry about it in future. Thanks again.
      Jack

      --- In tinycad@..., "a10d0n" <philip.walker@...> wrote:
      >
      > Hi there
      > Previous versions of TC seem to have disappeared from Sourceforge.
      > I do have my archived copies which I think I can send (under the license) if you wish.
      > If there's no better solution please let me know.
      >
      > Phil
      >
      > --- In tinycad@..., "quiasmox" <quiasmox@> wrote:
      > >
      > > I used tinycad a couple of years ago, and made a couple of libraries, one with some audio chips (PCM2906, DIR9001, PCM11798), and some others. The libraries are on my computer as "audiochips.mdb" et al. The version of tinycad (2.80.03) that I downloaded won't open that or other .mdb files that I had custom parts in. It will let me select that .mdb file and "upgrade" it, but the aduiochips.tclib file created is empty.
      > >
      > > Is there some older version of tinycad that can access the .mdb info?
      > > Also, I note that I can still open some .dsn files that have those chips in them. Is there any way I can copy the information from the old schematic to populate the new, empty, library?
      > >
      > > Jack
      > >
      >
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