Dear Lastalda, check at the end of the document, because you might
have a "\printbibliography" command that you haven't eliminated.
Obviously, I guess you have already remove the \usepackage{biblatex}
used to declare your intention on using biblatex.

Julio Rojas

On Wed, Oct 19, 2011 at 4:37 PM, Lastalda Felina
<> wrote:
> I'm trying to find a citation style for my thesis that works for me.
> To do that, I've tried out various things, including Biblatex. The
> attempt showed me I would rather not use this. But now there seems no
> way back?
> I have included biblatex according to the guide here:
> And now there seems no way of letting Lyx forget about biblatex. I've
> deleted the module-file, removed the module in Document settings and
> removed every latex header part involved, then reconfigured. I've even
> rebooted the computer.
> Still, when I now add a normal bibtex bibliography, I get a number of
> errors, including "LaTeX Error: Can be used only in preamble."
> pointing to " \bibliography". So I think Lyx still thinks that
> biblatex is active.
> Does that mean I cannot avoid using biblatex anymore except maybe by
> re-installing Lyx (which takes several hours, I'd really rather not do
> this!)?
> Can anybody please help me? Any advice at all?
> Lastalda

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