Problem using PCDMIS on Windows 7

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I am using Windows 7 and I am trying to load 2011 MR1. When I started PCDMIS for the 1st time I got the following errors:

 

Unable to write to the registry. Please verify that you have write permissions for this option: Section = option key = Dph9_m90180 Value = Y plus

 

Unable to write to the registry. Please verify that you have write permissions for this option: Section = option key = Dph9_m90180 Value = Z plus

 

Unable to write to the registry. Please verify that you have write permissions for this option: Section = option key = tool change pending value = 0.

 

I have full rights on the PC. Also FYI is for a Romer arm. I have posted here as well as on the forum feeling the registry problem isn't specific to a Romer. But there's no activity on that Forum. I also contacted some tech support but without any success.

 

Please help. Thanks in advance.

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Answered By 10 points N/A #106129

Problem using PCDMIS on Windows 7

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As you are using windows 7 and trying to load 2011 MR1 and started PC-DMIS you come up with certain errors, Please try with the solutions described below.
 
Well, even if you have full rights on the PC, just right click on PC-DMIS icon and select 'Run As Administrator'.
Only once you have to do, and then you can open it normally.
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Problem using PCDMIS on Windows 7

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Hello,

Here are examples of how to solve this:

 Unable to write to the registry. Please verify that you have write permissions for this option: Section = option key = Dph9_m90180 Value = Y plus

Unable to write to the registry. Please verify that you have write permissions for this option: Section = option key = Dph9_m90180 Value = Z plus

Unable to write to the registry. Please verify that you have write permissions for this option: Section = option key = tool change pending value = 0.problem

Just install it on a 3000i Romer arm, then open the file by running it as an administrator. I feel that this is a very appropriate answer for this problem. Thanks for asking on techyv.

Best of luck,

Maxwell Mark

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