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Hi,

 

Yes update to 8.863 (WHQL). It's probably not the latest but this one passed the Microsoft tests so it should be stable.


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Ok I installed the driver, but I just rolled it back.  Blueline is now giving me a error again.  I also installed Malwarebytes.

 

Error number: 1881
Error message: Error with Userbtn1 - ToolTipText : Expression evaluated to an illegal value.
Line of code with error: DO "c:\program files (x86)\aztools\blueline.exe"

Line number of error: 0
Files
 1 --> VERSIONINFO
 2 --> XTAGS
 3 --> BBBTNS
 4 --> USERBTNS
Selected --> USERBTNS
table --> USERBTNS
records        240
USERBTN             -->  Userbtn1  
CAPTION             -->  Closing speech          
TOOLTIP             -->  Hello User


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BLOCKPRE            -->  Step
BLOCKPOST           --> 

C:\PROGRAM FILES (X86)\AZTOOLS\BLUELINE.EXE
PROCEDURE BLUELINE.BBPANEL.PGF.PAGE1.USERBTN1.INIT
ON...
PROCEDURE ERRHANDLER C:\PROGRAM FILES (X86)\AZTOOLS\BLUELINE.EXE
Program with error: BLUELINE.BBPANEL.PGF.PAGE1.USERBTN1.INIT

 


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Sleepy can you please erase this last post, I have no idea why it showed my practice log.  I copied and pasted my error log, and I have no clue why this showed up.


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Hi,

 

Restoring back the driver solved the Blue Line problem?

 

Is Malwarebytes running with the real-time protection active?


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I do not have the premium version of Malwarebytes at this time.  I rolled back the driver, and I was still getting an error.  I then uninstalled Blueline, and restarted my PC.  I then attempted to reinstall Blueline,but it said the file already exists.  So I went into program filesx86 and erased the folder manually.  I have reinstalled Blueline and everything is working okay now.  I am going to let well enough alone, and run the drivers that I have so I can concentrate on the Malware school work.  This has had me really scratching my head trying to figure out why Blueline is so sensitive with the programs and drivers on my PC.  As you know I have a fresh install with not much running, so I am really confused.  I am the type of person that likes to know why something is not working, but this beyond frustrating. 


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Its strange maybe Azarl can get some ideas about this problem.

 

Now that you have the system running fine it's recommended to do a backup image using something like Macrium Reflect free Essexboy posted a guide here.


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