Open the file Client99SE.ini in your Windows directory with any text editor.
At the very end should be a section that is labelled: [Servers] followed by a
list of servers with the path to their associated .ins file.

For example:

...
[Servers]
ArngeCmp=C:\Program Files\Design Explorer 99 SE\System\ArrangeComponents.INS
AutoPlacer=C:\Program Files\Design Explorer 99 SE\System\AutoPlacer.INS
AutoSave=C:\Program Files\Design Explorer 99 SE\System\Autosave.INS
Binder=C:\Program Files\Design Explorer 99 SE\System\Binder.INS
CAMBillOfMaterials=C:\Program Files\Design Explorer 99
SE\System\CAMBillOfMaterials.INS
...
...

Make sure that this list of servers exists and that this file is not set to
read only.

John Williams



Cam Andruik wrote:

> Well this is wierd.  Yesterday Protel worked fine.  Today I start it up and
> it will not open a database.
>
> I have no Servers installed.  If I add them, the next time I start Protel
> they are all gone again!
>
> Anyone ever seen this before?

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