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    TPS (TPSsetup32)

    TPS client software ( Spectra)


    Load error file cobwin2 error code 173=8 call =1 173 called program file not found in drive or directory
    tpsmenstw.exe

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    Re: TPS (TPSsetup32)

    Hmm, that error message doesn't seem to have anything to do with Access - cobwin2 is Cobol, and tpsmenstw has to do with the TPS software, I assume...

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    Re: TPS (TPSsetup32)

    I'm sorry it has nothing to do access. The software is for time and attendance

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    Re: TPS (TPSsetup32)

    This thread has been moved from the Access forum where it was originally posted.

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    Re: TPS (TPSsetup32)

    Well, can you give us a little more to go on, please? Your post is a tad cryptic. I had no luck searching for TPS client software or Spectra. Do you have a link for the software company or something more (anything) that someone could use to try to help you? I don't know what your chances are of finding another Lounger who happens to also use this software. We would like to help if we can.

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    Re: TPS (TPSsetup32)

    A tad cryptic? All the post consists of is an error message. Without the context that the error occurs in and/or what steps lead up to it, troubleshooting it is nigh well impossible.
    -Mark

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