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Transferring E-profile To Lea


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Hi,

 

We are haing some problems tranferring our data and i thought i'd ask you guys before calling the harrassed techs.

 

I complete my profile on a laptop with no floppy drive or connection to avco so when it came to sending the results i exported the data (wouldnt work straight to the cd so i transferred it onto the c drive and then onto the cd - maybe the problem?) to a cd and then downloaded the e-profile onto the office computer (with avco).

Profile downloaded fine but when it came to importing the data it said there was nothing on the cd for the cohort. Now i know there's something on there it just wont see it.

 

Any ideas? Im going to try using a memory stick instead of a cd tomorrow so that might work. Anyone else with this problem?

 

Thanks

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sorry if Im barking up the worng tree, but is it to do witht eh CD. I dont know much about thses things but they dont all work on all machines do they? I know we have put photos on a cd on one machine only to find them not there on an other.

 

Id certainly try a floppy?

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I was having trouble uploading mine so I saved a copy to my hard drive (it should ask you if you want an excel file saved) then emailed that to lea. put it on a floppy too just to be on safe side. Anyway they got it!

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If you created a disk for the LEA then the data won't read onto another copy of the e profile, it will only be read by your data team for your authority as it is a different kind of file. If you want to transfer the data onto another computer/copy of the e profile you need to go into Datafiles and back up > Export data etc etc and save the data to a CD or memory stick (I always create a separate folder to do this as well).Then on the new computer use Data files and back ujp > Read in data and go to the file. Should be 2 files "fspAssess2006.spd" and "fspbasdat2006.spd"

 

DON'T RE-ENTER ALL YOUR DATA UNTIL YOU HAVE TRIED THIS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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I loaded everything onto my memory stick as my laptop hasn't as floppy drive. It was then transfered to a floppy at school and sent off to our LEA. That was almost two weeks ago, so presume it was ok.

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