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Old 25th August 2010, 05:31 PM   #1
jaekfre is offline jaekfre  United States
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Default SPL Tools from FRD Consortium and Windows 7?

I've tried to download SPL Tools but have been unable to complete the setup process. I've tried on both a Win 7 and XP machine and have received the same error. The error reads "Setup fatal error: Unable to generate installation log file." I've tried multiple times and have followed the directions given on the website each time.

Any ideas?

If not, are there any other similar programs to SPL Tracer to make the .frd and .zma files for Passive Crossover Designer 7?

Thanks in advance.
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