While not a problem relating to Quickmap, the “Are you sure that you want to move this file without its properties?” message can come up when trying to move Quickmap files from one drive to another. Property Loss Are you sure Continue reading Are You Sure That You Want To Move This File Without Its Properties?
When trying to open Quickmap, you may get the following error: Quickmap Initialisation Error QCtrl: Date Time Could not open database Provider=Microsoft.Jet.OLEDB.4.0;Data Source=\\Server\Quickmap\Data\\Expansion\Roll_Sth.mdb;Je t OLEDB:Database Password=password;;mode=13 Additional Information: You attempted to open a database that is already opened exclusively by Continue reading Could Not Open Database Roll_Sth.mdb
When trying to open Quickmap, you may get this error: Quickmap Initialisation Error QCtrl: Date Time Could not open database Provider=Microsoft.Jet.OLEDB.4.0;Data Source=C:\QMap\Data\Expansion\Mdk.mdb;Persist Security Info=False; Additional Information: You do not have the necessary permissions to use the ‘C:\QMap\Data\Expansion\Mdk.mdb’ object. Have your Continue reading Could Not Open Database Mbk.mdb
When updating Quickmap with the latest data (such as Disk 2 North, South or NZ), you may get one of the following errors: Permission denied or Failed to copy files E:\Data\*.* From: E:\Data\ To: G:\Qmap\Data\ These errors usually occur if Continue reading How To Update Quickmap Manually
When updating Quickmap data (possibly running Disk 2), you may get the following message: Failed to copy files E:\Data\\CRS\*.* From: E:\Data\ To: G:\Qmap\Data\ Error copying E:\\Data\ to G:\Qmap\Data\ This is because the account you are logged in as does not Continue reading Failed To Copy Files When Updating Quickmap Data – Error Copying
If QuickMap displays the message: QuickMap cannot read the registry HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\QuickMap This is because you do not have permission to be able to read and write to the registry. See your administrator for access to registry key HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\QuickMap. Quickmap needs Continue reading QuickMap Cannot Read The Registry HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\QuickMap
You do not need to be administrator to run QuickMap, but you need to understand the implications of restricted write access to certain areas. This is best explained with a worked example. Lets assume you installed to C:\QMap by running Continue reading Permissions Required To Run Quickmap