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May 6, 2010
8:10 PM
bem
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“Good suggestion but Free to try (Copy 10-photos per folder); $24.95 to
buy.”

Two items on the page.  Top is photo editor, paid program.  Bottom is the photo sorter, freeware.  When you whup this crow into shape, take another look.

For the record, I’ve purchased only one piece of software in the last 5+ years, and it wasn’t worth it.  I don’t recommend anything that isn’t free, by license or giveaway.  I’m just cheap that way…Cool

 

bem

 

May 6, 2010
8:15 PM
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@ Ebony: Ok, so it seems to be the administrator bit that is the problem. Can anyone provide some advice on how to overcome this admin problem for Ebony?

“Peace if possible, truth at all costs.” – Martin Luther King Jr
May 6, 2010
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bem said:

“Bottom is the photo sorter, freeware.  When you whup this crow into shape, take another look.

 

 


 

You are so right. I got it. Thank you for pointing that out.

I have been having a brain fade all day long. Freeware was sitting there looking right at me and probably Laugh the whole time. Geeze

@ P_R

I am going to try to dl data crow from another site. They have about 20 listed where I can get it from.

Will let yall know what happens.

EbonyCool

May 6, 2010
8:44 PM
bem
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@ Ebony: Here’s what I could find on Google…

(Running Vista?)

Create a Data Crow folder on the desktop and install there.  You can move it later.

No go?  Run the installer from an elevated command prompt, bypassing the Windows Installer.

 

Whatever you do, be sure to boot and log on as Administrator.  If Vista, disable UAC until finished.

That’s all for me.  I’m now bankrupt on the subject.  Good luck with it.

 

Anyone….?

 

bem

May 6, 2010
9:29 PM
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Tabbles!  The name sticks out in my mind.

istartedsomething said:

Simply put, Tabbles is a relational file management tool designed for
the Web 2.0-era. It allows you to organize and find files not just by
folders but by tags
and relationships
– one of the many unfulfilled promises of WinFS.

Oh, the site that was :(
May 6, 2010
9:46 PM
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@ Locutus: I’ve heard about Tabbles. Is there a free version of the prog available, because the pro version is quite expensive from memory?

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May 6, 2010
10:26 PM
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The free version supports 1000 files.

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May 7, 2010
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@ Locutus: Bummer. I have way more than that.

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May 7, 2010
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Yeah reviewed Tabbles on dotTech long ago. The developer has made many changes I recommended in the new version and released a free version – I need to get around to posting about that.

May 7, 2010
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@ebony – any luck with DataCrow?

You should be able to check your Java version by going to the Control Panel and there should be a Java option. If you open it, one of the tabs should show the version and if needed one of the other tabs will update it.

If you want to try to run the installer from a command prompt, try this (I think you are on Win7): 1) click the Start Menu, 2) in the search box, type cmd, 3) you should see cmd.exe show up as the search result, 4) right-click on cmd.exe and select ‘Run as Administrator’., 5) in the command window, navigate to the folder with the installer, and 6) run the installer

Otherwise, I agree with @bem. Just log in as the Admin.

May 7, 2010
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karen said:

@ebony – any luck with DataCrow?


 

Yeah, I’m also keen to know if you got it up and running. And what you think of it …

Got time for an update?

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May 15, 2010
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karen said:

@ebony – any luck with DataCrow?

You should be able to check your Java version by going to the Control Panel and there should be a Java option.

 (I think you are on Win7)

Otherwise, I agree with @bem. Just log in as the Admin.


 

Sorry about taking so long to respond. I have been away from a computer for about a week.Frown
I did check and I do have the correct version of Java.

I have Vista 64

My account is set up as Admin. Is there something else I should do?

Has anyone using Vista had any success getting Data Crow to install?

 

EbonyCool

 

May 15, 2010
8:38 PM
yourpalal
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ebony said: …Sorry about taking so long to respond. I have been away from a computer for about a week.Frown

 

EbonyCool

 


 

Hey Ebony! Great to see that your OK & back here!!!!Laugh

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May 15, 2010
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 Maybe I can suggest a little tweak called ” Takeownership ” It usually works in those situations. If that still doesn’t work, you can also try to run it with that compatibility feature in vista.

 

May 15, 2010
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yourpalal
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Gioneo said: …Maybe I can suggest a little tweak called ” Takeownership ” It usually works in those situations. If that still doesn’t work, you can also try to run it with that compatibility feature in vista.

 


Hey Gioneo!

What is a little tweak called ” Takeownership “?Confused

BTW: Where are you from….

[only if you feel OK saying where] Wink…….the name seems like Italian?

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May 15, 2010
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yourpalal said:

What is a little tweak called ” Takeownership “?Confused


 

I’ll write about it on Cogizio tonight. Smile

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May 15, 2010
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Locutus said:

yourpalal said:

What is a little tweak called ” Takeownership “?Confused


 
I’ll write about it on Cogizio tonight. Smile

 

OK……COOL……….let us know when it’s ready!

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May 16, 2010
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yourpalal said:

Locutus said:

yourpalal said:

What is a little tweak called ” Takeownership “?Confused


I’ll write about it on Cogizio tonight. Smile
 


 

OK……COOL……….let us know when it’s ready!


 

5 minutes after you asked me. Wink  All articles are published at midnight.

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May 16, 2010
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yourpalal said:

 

Hey Ebony! Great to see that your OK & back here!!!!Laugh


 

Thanks Al Smile
Good to be back here and now I am determined to get Data Crow working.

EbonyCool

May 16, 2010
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yourpalal said:

Gioneo said: …Maybe I can suggest a little tweak called ” Takeownership ” It usually works in those situations. If that still doesn’t work, you can also try to run it with that compatibility feature in vista.

 


Hey Gioneo!
 

 

What is a little tweak called ” Takeownership “?Confused

BTW: Where are you from….

[only if you feel OK saying where] Wink…….the name seems like Italian?


 

I live in Fl. Name’s not italian… Gio = short for Georges

Neo = from Matrix ( I know I know…)

So Gioneo.

As far as Takeownership, in sum it gaves full permissions on a file or folder in windows. The tweak itself consists in adding the takeownership in the contextual menu (right-click) so you won’t need to deal with user rights or the command prompt etc…

Hum… Hopefully by now Locutus posted more details about it on

Cogizio (italian?) Confused

And yes He did!  Good deal!

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