02-02-2009 03:46 AM
I have returned to Apple Mac (v10.5.6) after 18 years! The only problem to overcome in the change was to ensure that I could run two PC based programs that are essential for my business, eg Vallen acoustic emission system (www.vallen.de) and the Sage ACT 6. The solution per Apple is to run Windows in virtual, so I bought Parallel 4 and plus updated to ACT 2009. The Vallen VisualAE worked ok in windows, knowing beforehand that acquisition of data can only be made on a PC. However ACT 2009 did not work on Parallel 4 because the database requires to work under the C drive (quote: Sage at Newcastle, UK) as indicated by the file activation error `\\.psf\home\documents\ACT\ACT for Windows 11\Databases\contact.ADF'
Is there a solution for ACT2009 is run in virtual?
02-05-2009 12:54 PM
Ok I hear what you say, but surely the database is in the virtual machine because ACT2009 is loaded in the OS (Windows XP) and Windows is operating under Parallel 4 (virtual machine). Could you please give me more detail?
02-06-2009 07:09 AM
02-09-2009 06:32 AM
No, I believe the issue you're having is the location of the database. Are you able to create a new database or open the demo database? If you can create a new database or open the demo, move your database to the same location.
To find the location of a database, follow the steps below:
-Go to Start > Run > actdiag
-Select Database > Database List.
-Find the database name and scroll to the right until you see Database File Location.
If you see the name of your database, right click > detach database. Then you'll be able to move your database to the same location.