Two suggestions...

1.  If the problem is being caused by a corrupted ddb, you can try starting up Protel 
while holding down the ctrl key.  This will prevent the Protel Client from trying to 
open the previously opened documents in the ddb.  Next you can try opening up each 
document to see which might be the source of the problem.

2.  Windows Uninstall does not remove the Protel configuration files that are located 
in your Windows directory (e.g. C:\Winnt).  When uninstalling Protel, move any files 
in the Windows directory that start with CLIENT99SE... to another location (or delete 
them if you don't mind losing whatever configuration changes you have made) and then 
reinstall Protel.

John Williams
QualECAD


John Lemburg wrote:

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> 10. Help.

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