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    In the past I've had no problem adding to Minisac but using my new computer I'm not sure if I'm diong something wrong. I've added some PGC data to "MyAdditions.txt" file using the correct comma seperated format and storing this under c\program files (x86)\common files\ascom\minisac\add ... I ran the cscript combiner-Sorter.js in the cmd shell to make the MiniSac.txt file but I keep getting the same error:

    MS JScript runtime error: Automation server can't create object

    Any idea what might be happening? I'm running this as adminstrator.

    Thanks,
    Todd

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    Welcome to the 64-bit environment :-) To run this on a 64-bit system you need to be running in a 32.bit CMD shell. I just create a shortcut to c:\windows\syswow64\cmd.exe then use that shortcut to start the 32-bit cmd shell.
    -- Bob

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    THAT"S RIGHT! That darn 64 bit shell. THANK YOU BOB!

    It's working fine now!!!

    Todd

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    64-bits presents some inconveniences... nothing fatal, just inconvenient.
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