Installed AMP but Instance won't start

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Badwolf15002 posted this 5 weeks ago

Windows 10 OS Build: 19043.1288 AMP Version: 2.3.0.2

  • AMP Instance #1 - ADS Wont start after installing AMP

  • When installing i only changed the file path for the Data (Where the instances are located) to /Documents/AMP

  • This is a fresh install but the Instance Manager works but just starting the Instance doesnt work.

  • I have tried to run the installer in 'Repair' then i reboot and nothing. Only thing that happens when i try to start the instance is the CMD pops up and disappears.

  • In the past i had this issue and i used ampinstmgr quickstart but it takes it off from As Service So it no longer starts up automatically etc. It always felt jank afterwards so i just wanted to do a fresh install and have it work properly.

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Mike posted this 5 weeks ago

What's the full path to AMPs datastore? It cannot be in a users home directory.

Badwolf15002 posted this 5 weeks ago

C:\Users\BlueBeast\Documents\AMP

Can i install it elsewhere in the C: Drive then?

I simply want it on the same drive as the OS is on. But if i have to have it on a my other drives then fine. (Iv got OCD and bothers me for some reason xP)

Mike posted this 5 weeks ago

I'd recommend you leave it as something like C:\AMPDatastore\ where AMP can control the permissions.

Badwolf15002 posted this 5 weeks ago

Ok i have reinstalled AMP and set the Datastore to C:\AMPDatastore. But again the AMP #1 Instance refuses to start.

Mike posted this 5 weeks ago

Can you check it's logs for me please?

Badwolf15002 posted this 5 weeks ago

  • [18:09:38] [Core Warning]         : Current time zone is set to Central Standard Time - Servers should ideally be UTC to avoid time-zone related issues

  • [18:09:38] [Program Info]         : OS: Windows / x86_64 [18:09:38] [Program Info]         : CPU: AMD Ryzen 9 3950X 16-Core Processor (16C/32T)

  • [18:09:38] [Program Info]         : AMP Instance ID: d79c5618-d605-4e62-b595-309ab100118a [18:09:38] [Program Info]         : Performing first-time setup for this instance, please wait...

  • [18:09:40] [Program Info]         : AMP has completed its first time setup. Saving settings and shutting down.

This is the logs from the AMP #1 Instance

Mike posted this 5 weeks ago

If you convert it to a non service instance, does it start?

Badwolf15002 posted this 4 weeks ago

How do i do that.

Whats the difference between 'as service' and not?

ColinsTech posted this 4 weeks ago

Right click the instance and select Uninstall service. Running Amp as a service allows it to run at startup. Without having to be launched every time. Rebooting the machine helps sometimes too.

Badwolf15002 posted this 4 weeks ago

Yes once it's no longer 'as service' It will run.

Whats the issue that is making it not launch 'as service' ?

Badwolf15002 posted this 4 weeks ago

Thanks for the helping me with the 'as service' stuff.

But got any clue on why it wont work 'as service' and only works when its not? I want to have to launch when i start the computer and run in the background.

Mike posted this 3 weeks ago

Does the datastore directory allow the NETWORK SERVICE user full access?

Also is the system language something other than English, causing the NETWORK SERVICE user to have a different name?

Badwolf15002 posted this 3 weeks ago

Uhh how do i check all of this?

Lol i feel inadequate but i am not fimilar to AMP nor it's commands or how it works. So just explains how to do these things please lol.

Mike posted this 3 weeks ago

Right click the directory -> Properties -> Security -> Edit

Add the "NETWORK SERVICE" user and give it full control over that directory.

I still also need to know if the system language is anything other than in English.

Badwolf15002 posted this 3 weeks ago

System language of my computer? Thats English.

And i don't have permission to to give Datastore Network Service full access.

Mike posted this 3 weeks ago

Oh? Why not?

Badwolf15002 posted this 3 weeks ago

No idea. A windows thing I believe.

Mike posted this 2 weeks ago

You do have permission - it will give you a UAC prompt when you try to.

Badwolf15002 posted this 2 weeks ago

I am the admin of the computer and the admin of the folder.

I can add Network service and give them all but "full control" of the folder.

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