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Muhammad Zeshan

Subject: WEAP and LEAP do not run simultaneously   
Posted: 2/12/2018 Viewed: 3710 times
Hi

I have installed WEAP and LEAP on my laptop, operating system Windows 10 pro. When I run LEAP and WEAP simultaneously, it inactivates all the functions of WEAP. Further, When I run only WEAP, the tutorial -Linking WEAP to LEAP - doesn't work and gives the following message:
Leap does not seem to be installed on this computer.








Mr. Jack Sieber

Subject: Re: WEAP and LEAP do not run simultaneously   
Posted: 5/1/2018 Viewed: 3694 times
Try installing the new version of WEAP (2018.0) -- it should work better with recent versions of LEAP.

Jack
Topic "WEAP and LEAP do not run simultaneously"