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I recetnly had a problem with my hard drive and had to replace. We reinstalled DL and copied old directory on new directory. Now when i try to access DL I recieve an error message Error 3204 Data Base already exist, occured in Create Acct Log File. I enter OK and another error message appears: Could not read index file Check Working Directoryu Path Using Application Directory. I eventually gain access after closing error message several times and then access DL. Any way I can correct these problems?

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I can't help you directly, but I can direct you to the manufacturer's website, where you can find further Contact information for technical assistance, and under Tech Support, a link to the tech library page where you can research instruction manuals and download software, etc.

http://www.alarmlock.com/

Go to that page, then check under "Tech Support" or "Contact".

Good luck!

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