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    Yes, that's a different location. That's where the restore files are kept.
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    Yes but restore get file from c:\programdata and put it in same directory.
    That explain failure.
    Thanks but don't waste more time. As I said I have workaround.

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    Do you have any compatibility options set on the CVBJ icon? That would cause failures like this.
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    No compatibility options.
    I also tried to reinstall CV Data / CVCX
    Or run as admin.
    Windows 32 or 64 bits too.

    Last hypothesis, Windows in foreign language (i.e. French)

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    Language shouldn't matter. I don't use text directory names. I use the Windows standard symbolic names which Windows translates to the directories depending on the version and settings in Windows. Also, both of those directories are used for hundreds of files and functions. Indeed, when you install, all those strategy files are copied in the same manner that Restore copies.
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    I have tried on an english Windows XP (Virtual Machine but it don't matters)
    It's OK.

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    Restore creates a file with right date in:
    C:\Users\Philippe\AppData\Local\VirtualStore\Progr am Files (x86)\QFIT\cvdata\

    I think that is what misleads CVData who did his job.
    (my) Windows 10 do not take over.

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    Odd. That should not occur unless you have a compatibility mode set. I'll fiddle with it.
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    Even The Administrator that I woke up especially fails although everything else seems OK.
    And, of course, same problem with CVCX

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    If it was installed as non-admin, it will not run as admin. If installed as admin, It will not run as non-admin. They must be run as installed.
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