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  1. I may have found a solution. I re-ran the installer, and instead of choosing repair, I selected modify. It came to this screen, where I saw that it was set to only install upon first use. I selected the second option, 'This feature, and all subfeatures, will be installed on local hard drive,' instead. Well, what do you know, the installer finished, and all is well. So Kevin, you might want to try doing this. I'm not sure if this is exactly what your problem was, but it may help. (Edit: Spelling)
  2. I have a very similar problem on vista; it's probably caused by the same thing. I am able to successfully install the latest version (2.6.0), but when I try to run any of the sequence editor or hardware utility, I get an error. (Note: I am upgrading from 2.3.8) The error says "The feature you are trying to use is on a network resource that is unavailable. Click OK to try again, or enter an alternate path to a folder containing the installation package 'Light-O-Rama.msi' in the box below. Use source: C:UsersJohnAppDataLocalTemp{Unique Key}" Clicking cancel gives the message, "Error 1706.No valid source could be found for product Light-O-Rama. The Windows Installer cannot continue." I think if I could provide it with the location of the msi file that the original installer extracts in it's first step, this may solve the problem. I think it deletes it when it is done, though.
  3. Great. One day late. Guess I'll just buy it myself. The "EDM-LCD-RDS-EP" is the best buy if I want RDS, right?
  4. ny_yankee, I do believe that the only difference between the SPT1 and SPT2 is the size of the insulation,as you said. I'm going with the SPT2 just because I figure it will be durable and might possibly last a little while longer. I think that although the SPT1 insulation is thinner, it isn't lighter because the material is opaque. Also you can buy both in green and brown, and possibly even black and white though I don't think that black and white are as common as green and brown.
  5. Chuck, I think you might have meant http://www.creativedisplays.com, right?
  6. In order to change a file extension, you must first have seeing them enabled in windows. To do this, open up any folder and navigate to [Menu Bar]>Tools>Folder Options>[View Tab] and then uncheck "Hide extensions for known file types." If you can't see the menu bar, just press Alt once on your keyboard. Now just rename the file and change the extension.
  7. If you can't seem to get this to work, try downloading the file directly off of my website: 2008 LOR Sale Prices.xlsx
  8. bdeditch wrote: An xlsx is the Microsoft Office Excel 2007 default. lms is a lor sequence so that I could upload the file. If you can't change the extension then just open it up through excel by pressing Ctrl + O on your keyboard in excel. You might have to tell it to look at all files.
  9. dqhall wrote: I took last year's sale prices and found an average saving of 17%. See the attached file for more details. Change it from .lms to .xlsx in order to view. Attached files 2008 LOR Sale Prices.lms
  10. Anthony, where did you get your plugs from? Ethan
  11. I think my total only came up to about 900' and that was after rounding up to the nearest 5 feet for each channel. Plus, I already have other extension cords that I didn't factor in. I think I'm planning on getting it from skycraft, but I'm going to go see HD's price sometime soon if I get a chance.
  12. What does HD call it? I it just 18 gauge lamp cord?
  13. I was looking at Action Lighting for the spt, but the price seemed too high. I might get the plugs, though, from either there or CDI; I still need to count how many I'll need. Skycraft's shipping seems not too bad to me when compared to what AL's total price would have been. I'll have to look into it more. Thanks, Earle.
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