Well, IT is the obvious place to start because they'd be the people
who changed things.
Theoretically, they should have set a restore point as part of the process.

And... you don't mention your configuration -- how much RAM you have
and how much free local disk space for temp files...

One thing you may want to try on your own....  7.0 was much less
stable than either of the point releases in the 7.x series, and is
also less so than 8. Given the age of your FM application, I'd be
tempted to download the current free eval version and see what happens
with that.

Art Campbell
                          art.campbell at gmail.com
  "... In my opinion, there's nothing in this world beats a '52
Vincent and a redheaded girl." -- Richard Thompson
                                                      No disclaimers apply.
                                                               DoD 358

On Wed, Nov 12, 2008 at 6:58 AM, Leah <leah at compulite.com> wrote:
> FM 7.0
> Windows XP
> Everything worked fine yesterday.
> Suddenly I cannot open any of my FM files.
> I get an Internal Error message and FM creates an error log. Sometime this
> error message appears after opening a few files in a book and sometimes when
> I open just one file.
> What to do?
> Actually IT did fool around with my computer last night.
> What to do?
> TIA,
> Leah Smaller
> Technical Writer
> Certified Feldenkrais Method practitioner
> leah at compulite.com
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