From what I understand, if UAC is turned on, Vista does funky stuff that is a “virtualization” of existing files - resulting in although you have an AYANOVA.FDB file in the C:\Program Files\Ground Zero Tech-Works Inc\AyaNova 3 folder - Vista actually uses a virtual copy of theAYANOVA.FDB for that specific user.
If youturn off UAC - then AyaNova will attach to the correct database actually located in the C:\Program Files\Ground Zero Tech-Works Inc\AyaNova 3 folder
Another AyaNova user had this happened, and provided the following : dir=ltr " ">
"It looks like Windows Vista placed a copy of the trial Ayanova.fdb in the compatibility files folder. So I had to rename the file once in the Program file and a second time in the compatibility files folder. "
If you do have UAC on - then check in the Computer/Users/username/appdata/local/virtualstore/program files/ground zero tech-works inc/ayanova3 folder for a “virtual” copy of the AyaNova database file