Today I restored WINDOWS to factory settings
New WINDOWS install
New SERATO install
New LEXICON install
Serato DB saved in backup before WIN factory install and moved from backup to MUSIC folder (where it was located prior)
I have reboot and reinstalled LEXICON multiple times with no success
Lexicon now does not import Serato DJ, observed for over 10 mins
Uninstalled Lexicon again
Manually delete all LEXICON remnants
Cleaned out Registery
Reinstalled older version of Lexicon
Import Serato - NOW working
Updated Lexicon to latest version
Latest Version will not Sync/export
will roll back to the version Lexicon Installer 1.1.26
I’m releasing a beta update tomorrow. It has a small fix there that you can try.
Hello, I was using version 1.2.3 without any issues, then wanting to be more up-to-date I installed the BETA 33 version
Which has reverted back to this same problem
Can you upload your logs, from the Help menu? Put the forum link in the description please
I had to roll back to 1.1.26 again (found an old installation) to get Lex to work
What windows version are you on? Can you check under System in Windows?
In the logs it shows that it can’t execute a windows shell command so maybe that is missing or something is wrong.
Try a restart and a windows update, might fix things.
Otherwise maybe your Windows is not allowing Lexicon to run those commands or something, I’m not really sure.
Windows is fully updated
Hmm, why does Lex work in 1.1.26 and not later versions?
There might have been a change after that version. But that command it uses (you can see it in the logs) should always work. You can try running the command yourself in a command prompt and see if that does work. That’s what I would to do figure this out.
Please send me the CMD, I will execute
Run as admin
Still not working
(also did some google searching in vain to repair “shell” problems, made some reg adjustments etc)
Set dev settings and PowerShell = 1
Not working yet.
Disabled all virus and security, no improvement
This is one of the commands it tries to run in powershell:
C:\Windows\System32/wbem/wmic logicaldisk where "DriveType=2 or DriveType=3" get Name,VolumeName,FileSystem /format:csv