Riverwinner wrote:I searched for the "pokertracker.pid" file but couldnt find it.
Flag_Hippo wrote:Sorry but I did not specify this in my previous reply but you need to reboot your computer after deleting the 'postmaster.pid' file so please delete the 'postmaster.pid' file again if it is present. Whether it's there or not reboot and try starting PokerTracker 4 again. If things are still not working click your Windows Start button then type the following command:
and click on it when it appears. Do you see the PostgreSQL service in the list? Is it started, or can you start it?
Open the Event Viewer (in the same way - if you type 'event' you should see it). In the top left section, expand "Windows Logs" and click on "Application". Do you see any recent errors in the top center section for PostgreSQL? If you do let us know what they say.
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