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Have been using TGO 1.63 for years on Windows 7 Pro with no problems until now....

Trimble Coordinate System Manager is not propertly intalled.

Application cannot proceed.

Class not registered.

Anyone know what's going on and how to fix...thanks, Ron..

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  • Hello,

    You need to uninstall it and re-install it again, if that does not resolve the issue, then uninstall it, clean the registry using CCleaner from with the "clean all" option and re-install again, if that still does not work you need to reload windows from scratch and re-install everything again, I know it is a hassle but I have found to be the best way to resolve software issues like that one you are having, Windows have a magical way to corrupt the registry with their updates every once in a while and one day you find a program not working that worked fine the day before.

    • TBC is way I would pay that much....the program came on this morning, I minimized it and will leave the computer on or go into sleep mode....yeh, I tried cleaning everything out and reinstalling the TGO and the coordinate system manager....if I shut the computer down and it won't come back up then I will probably go to a Compter tech and see what he says....seems like it started after a Windows update or some type of hiccup on my computer...who knows, PITA...thanks everyone...

      • I totally agree with Fernando Camaraza Jr. When everything else fails, re-install windows from scratch. No other way but yeah, its your last solution.

  • update your firmware and software. Maybe you have to upgrade to Trimble Business Center. Cost is around $10,000.00 Canada for a license.

    • no, you don't need to upgrade to tbc. I had the same problem, I don't  remember how I fix it, I think I reinstall the Coordinate System Manager but I'm not sure... now it's working.

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