"File Corrupt, Reuploading" NCOALink Error on Wind

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"File Corrupt, Reuploading" NCOALink Error on Wind

Post by MartyH » Wed Oct 23, 2013 12:49 pm

If you are using Windows 8.1, you will receive an error message during the NCOALink process that reads: "File Corrupt, Reuploading".

AccuZIP, Inc. programmers are working on figuring out the cause and resolution to this error. In the meantime, you may follow these instructions to get your files processed with NCOALink:

Browse to C:\Program Files (x86)AccuZIP6 5.0\iNCOALink\Monitor\

Rename the monitor.txt file, calling it temp.txt. Renaming this file will prevent the software from automatically attempting to upload your name and address data to the FTP Server.

Launch AccuZIP6 and validate your list with NCOALink. If the NCOALink monitor window appears, close that window.

When validation finishes, a file with a .ckd extension will appear in the C:/Program Files (x86)/AccuZIP6 5.0/iNCOALink folder. Browse to that directory.

In another Windows Explorer or File Explorer Window, browse to ftp://12.68.179.40. When prompted to logon, do so with your NCOALink username and password.

Drag the file with the .ckd extension from your iNcoalink folder to your FTP folder (that you just logged into). If you cannot drag and drop the file, you can use Copy and Paste to paste the file into the FTP folder.

Once the .ckd file has been moved or copied into the FTP folder, rename the .ckd extension on the file to .upl. This tells AccuZIP that the file was uploaded to the server.

Refresh the window periodically, and when you see a .cln file in the FTP directory, drag and drop that file into the C:\Program Files (x86)\AccuZIP6 5.0\iNCOALink folder.

Back in AccuZIP6, with your validated database open, pull down the Additions menu to Move Update and choose the NCOALink Monitor Window. Doing this will update your database with NCOALink changes automatically.

***NOTE: IF YOU HAVE FILE ACCESS DENIED ISSUES WHEN COPYING FILES TO YOUR iNCOALink FOLDER, RIGHT-CLICK YOUR ACCUZIP6 5.0 FOLDER AND CHOOSE PROPERTIES. MAKE SURE IT IS NOT READ-ONLY, OR YOU WILL NOT BE ABLE TO PASTE THE FILE BACK INTO THE PROPER LOCATION.

If you had Internet Explorer 10 and then your 8.1 upgrade gave you Internet Explorer 11 or you upgraded to IE 11 on your own, these instructions can help you go back to IE 10, which will solve the NCOALink “Corrupt File” issue.

http://www.wikihow.com/Uninstall-Intern ... -Windows-7

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