I'm running Windows 7 Pro, 64 bit. I was previously using Avanti-GUI v0.75. I had it installed under Program Files (x86) in a subdirectory named Avanti-GUI-075, and it was running fine.
I decided to replace that with a newer version (v0.76). I created a new subdirectory (Avanti-GUI-076), installed the new version - then it would not start up. Whenever I tried to run the GUI, I would get the small opening splash, but the main program would never start up. So I thought I should go back to the previous version.
I recreated the previous subdirectory (Avanti-GUI-075), installed the previous version back into that - and now that version won't run any more either. I did not change anything else on the computer. At this point I'm a bit baffled. Trying to figure out if I've missed some simple stupid little thing.
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Thanks for the direction. On the page you referenced, it was this one: "If Avanti fails to launch or you experience other
issues, change the length of the folder name..." that provided the solution. I changed the folder name, and it started launching successfully once again.
But I can't help wonder: having to find "a path that this version of Avanti "likes" ? What is up with that kind of behavior?