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have you run as administrator?

Tried in administrator - no go. I even tried it on my other 64-bit windows 7 laptop and no such luck as well. The only difference is I don't get the error on that laptop. When I start Tftpd64 the server interface shows 192.168.2.11. Not sure what else it could be.

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Tried in administrator - no go. I even tried it on my other 64-bit windows 7 laptop and no such luck as well. The only difference is I don't get the error on that laptop. When I start Tftpd64 the server interface shows 192.168.2.11. Not sure what else it could be.

I had some problems getting tftpd64 started, seemed to fix itself? after a reboot?

I did have to manually run it as administrator.

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I had some problems getting tftpd64 started, seemed to fix itself? after a reboot?

I did have to manually run it as administrator.

I pulled out my old 32-bit windows vista laptop. I got it to work there, but I'm at the part where I need to log into via winscp. The video shows that its is a four letter password. I tried "toor" and "pineapplesareyummy" What's the pass? thanks

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I pulled out my old 32-bit windows vista laptop. I got it to work there, but I'm at the part where I need to log into via winscp. The video shows that its is a four letter password. I tried "toor" and "pineapplesareyummy" What's the pass? thanks

I believe it's username root and the password was set by you when you changed it via the serial connection pineapplesareyummy?

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I believe it's username root and the password was set by you when you changed it via the serial connection pineapplesareyummy?

Lol, i fast-forwarded past some of the video and missed that step. All sorted now. Thanks for helping petertfm.

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