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Windows Vista keeps blocking Pervasive.SQL v9.5.077.002

Windows Vista keeps blocking Pervasive.SQL v9.5.077.002

(OP)
I have installed Pervasive.SQL WGE v9.5 on a workstation running Windows Vista and after about a week Pervasive.SQL wouldn't launch. I uninstalled and re-installed Pervasive.SQL and had it running for another week after which it refuses to launch. This is despite having responded to "Unblock" prompt during installation.

I have heard that Windows Vista is very security conscious and requires that only "true" administrators should do the installation. Is there perhaps a tweak that I can invoke to bypass or reslove this problem?

Rgds,
SeisaT

RE: Windows Vista keeps blocking Pervasive.SQL v9.5.077.002

(OP)
Some additional info on the problem:

P_SQL Error 3012:
Local engine is not accessible to the Microkernel router.
C:\FIADMIN\FIFORM.DAT

Rgds,
SeisaT

 

RE: Windows Vista keeps blocking Pervasive.SQL v9.5.077.002

Is there anything in the PVSW.LOG?  
Can you restart the engine (rather than reinstall) to resolve the error?
 

Mirtheil
Certified Pervasive Developer
Certified Pervasive Technician
http://www.mirtheil.com

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