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  1. #1
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    Unhappy Launching: analogclock.exe "Failed"

    Hi! i am trying to install built in examples in my x6.But when i try to install it ,the QT gives me the error

    " Launching: analogclock.exe
    Launch failed: Command answer [command error], 1 values(s) to request: 'C|8|Processes|start|""|"analogclock.exe"|[""]|[]|true'
    #0 {"Code":-1,Format="Failed to create the process (verify that the executable and all required DLLs have been transferred) (item not found)"}
    Error: 'Failed to create the process (verify that the executable and all required DLLs have been transferred) (item not found)' Code: -1"

    plz tell me why is it happening? Moreover the sis file is generated! but when installed on the cell phone,it doesn't run!! Plz help me!! i m trying to build my project!!!

  2. #2
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    Re: Launching: analogclock.exe "Failed"

    Unfortunately it is possible, however it is a know issue, please check that the target is set to Symbian^1 instead of Symbian^3.

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    Re: Launching: analogclock.exe "Failed"

    My QT shows only the target QT 4.7.4 !! No any symhian^1 !!!

  4. #4
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    Re: Launching: analogclock.exe "Failed"

    You would need to update the SDK, and when doing so, make sure you do select all required targets from the list. Basically by default, rather many of the targets are not included in there.

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