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This is strange. I have changed the computer / hostname several times myself on Windows (XP and 7) and not encountered this problem. Can you please detail the exact steps you are going through and also indicate if you rebooted the machine after changing the hostname.
I changed the computer name using right click on My Computer in Start menu, then Properties.
I rebooted right after that.
I think we will need to see the messages from the TimesTen daemon log (tterrors.log and ttmesgs.log in <tt_install_dir>/srv/info directory) from the time the daemon (service) would not start.
One thing to check is that the hostname you changed to can be resolved and the (correct) IP address determined. For example, can you ping the new hostname from the machine?
Like I posted in my first post, both logs are empty.
This maybe not Timesten fault, I think it is Windows service related, as I also cannot start Timesten Data Manager in Services Control Panel.