Windows 10 will not “remember” the keys and settings for your BT unless BT is “Run as Admin”.
To set BT to always “Run as Admin”, do the following steps –
Step 1: Open the Start menu and click All apps. Find “Bracket Trader” and right-click on the shortcut. In the pop-up menu, click Open file location.
Step 2: A File Explorer window will open to the location of the program you want to access. Right-click on the program and click Properties from the pop-up menu.
Step 3: In the Properties window, click the Shortcut tab and then click Advanced…
Step 4: In the Advanced Properties window, check the box next to Run as administrator and click OK.
Step 5: The program will now open in administrator mode when you click the shortcut from the Start menu.
Beware – there might be a pop-up every time you run BT asking if you want to allow BT to make changes – just answer “yes”. This will allow any changes you made in the settings to be “remembered”.
Reference – http://www.cnet.com/how-to/always-run-a-program-in-administrator-mode-in-windows-10/
I have enabled .
“check the “Enable ActiveX and SocketClients” option” applied and saved.
However, it just sits there saying trying to connect to 127.0.0.1. Meanwhile TWS is pulling data gal9ore. I uses win 7 X64; latest Java and the other updates you suggested.
Try EUR.USD – that is the test for a good connection.