Good point, Andrew ...

Start Protel with the Control button pressed.  That way, the goofies that
caused the
crash in the first place do not get invoked by Protel and you can get back
up
quickly.

Only problem is that on my windows nt 4 system pentium iii and all that, it
took
over 2 minutes for the picture of the man at the keyboard to go away ... and
that
was only because i was talking on the phone to support.

hint: when you start protel99se using the control button hold down deal,
wait and
wait a long long time ... go for coffee, etc., before you give up and use
task
manager to end protel.  hope this helps the people on this forum.

Thanks.  Many thanks again.  Cheers.  John

-----Original Message-----
From: Andrew J Jenkins [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
Sent: Friday, March 23, 2001 4:47 PM
To: Protel EDA Forum
Subject: Re: [PEDA] Protel Support Came Thru ... Hooray!!


On 11:02 AM 3/23/2001 -0600, John Lemburg wrote:
>Just want you all to know that when I bled on the
>support folks at the 800 number I did get relief.
>Many thanks to the very busy Protel folks who
>talked me thru the trauma and got me back up and
>running!  Cheers!  I'll be able to sreep tonight!

I'm glad you're going to get to "sreep" (whatever that is <g>)

Since this was such an active thread, what was the solution???

Your post could eventually save someone else a lot of pain...

regards,

aj

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