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Re: st: RE: Stata7 and Stata8 are doing two very different things.
At 04:30 PM 5/17/2004 -0400, Monica L. Parra Torrado wrote:
Monica, perhaps you could provide a few more details as to what step it is
that things break down, or what error messages you are getting as you try
to do this?
I updated my Stata 7 and now the endogenous option is available. However,
I've had trouble updating the executable. I am supposed to follow the
instructions below but it did not go well. I had to reinstall Stata and do
the update process again but have not been able to update the executable...
1. Exit Stata
2. Change to C:\Stata\
3. Copy wstata.exe to wstata.old
4. Copy wstata.bin to wstata.exe
5. Try Stata
6. Later, erase wstata.old if satisfied
or copy wstata.old back to wstata.exe
Does any one know how to do this properly? It seems very easy but...
You do need read/write access to your C: drive. Sometimes people don't
have that if they are working on some sort of shared cluster machine.
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