Thanks in advance!!!
Looks like your Library Index is corrupt.
Delete C:\Users\Intruder\AppData\Local\Logos5\Data\4lwsresb.dzg\LibraryIndex and restart Logos. Indexing will recommence.
Windows PC, Android phone
Just tried what you asked...now I get two indexer error messages that says Logos has stopped working...here are the latest files...
This what windows says...
This new error appears to indicate that one of the downloaded reverse interlinear resources is corrupt (which is highly unusual). Unfortunately, without a full Indexer log, we can't tell which resource is causing the problem.
Please hold down the Ctrl key when you start Logos to enable logging for the session (or see http://wiki.logos.com/Diagnostic_Logging for other methods of enabling logging), then post the LogosIndexer.log file.
Thanks for checking into this Bradley...been busy with those honey-do's...and just saw this post...here is the logos indexer file.
There is no crash information in this log, so you may have restarted Logos & indexing before uploading (the file gets overwritten). Please upload immediately after the crash.
My apologies for taking so long to respond....thanks Dave
Still not the logs I needed but I will hazard that it is the library index that is corrupt and ask you to delete the folder C:\Users\Intruder\AppData\Local\Logos5\Data\anpq14ua.agl\LibraryIndex and restart Logos (ensure logging is enabled e.g. start Logos with the CTRL key held). Upload both logos.log and logosIndexer.log if it crashes again.
I deleted the library index...held down the control key and started with a blank layout...here are the log files...
Thanks Dave...seems like I may have to give Logos a call on Thursday afternoon if this is not resolved....
Dan Pogue:Thanks Dave...seems like I may have to give Logos a call on Thursday afternoon if this is not resolved....
The logs show issues with some of your reverse interlinear files (ESVNT.lbsrvi, NKJVOT.lbsrvi) and we could chase around deleting and re-downloading but calling Logos is the better way as they can get onto your computer and do what is necessary. Refer them to this thread.