As a general rule, if you have a system that you use for beta trials
and other experimental stuff, you should probably plan on rebuilding
it every year or so to start fresh. After you get the basics on, you
may want to ghost the drive so you can restore it more quickly.

Just as a BTW, the release candidate of Windows 7 seems really stable
for most of the things I do day in and day out. May want to get a copy
of that instead of restoring whatever OS you're using.
7.2 and later seems to run fine; I haven't even found a plug in that's


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On Mon, May 25, 2009 at 9:38 AM, Shmuel Wolfson <shmuelw1 at> wrote:
> I reinstalled Frame 7.2, but I can't get it to open. When I try to open
> Frame, the splash screen comes up and most it seems to load. But when it
> gets to the "Core" the splash screen closes. I checked Windows Task
> Manager and the FrameMaker.exe task is running when the splash screen is
> open, but FrameMaker.exe disappears when the splash screen closes. I am
> able to get Frame 7.0 to work, but not 7.2. I tried uninstalling all
> FrameMaker versions and reinstalling, but it did not help.
> The cause could be the numerous changes that I've made to my computer in
> the last few years, including installing and uninstalling the trial
> version of Acrobat 9, repartitioning my hard drive, etc.
> Does anyone have an idea of how I could solve this? Thanks
> --
> Regards,
> Shmuel Wolfson
> Technical Writer
> 052-763-7133
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