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WiinMTR not working in Windows 7

Posted on 2011-09-26
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Hi All,

I have windows7 32 bit OS but in my system WinMTR is not working.
It prompts the error "Unable to get raw socket".

Please help us to resolve it.


Regards,
Ritesh
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http://winmtr.net/download-winmtr/

Is this what you are referring to? If anything, I would expect it to need Elevation..... Have you tried launching via Right Click>Run as administrator?

Sorry, not familiar with the app, but hoping to spark a conversation on it perhaps....
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Thanks for the reply, now I got it win7 package from net.
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Thanks for the resolution, you may close this.
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I was using the old version of WinMTR which was not compitiable with Win7.
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