Brad,

What was the fix?

I get corrupt .cfg files all the time if I exit Protel with any ddb's
open. Maybe there's some correlation? If I close all the ddb's before I
exit Protel, it never corrupts the .cfg files.

(and yes, I keep a clean copy of all my .cfg files tucked away so I
don't have to reset all my defaults by hand. Uggh.)

Matt Pobursky
Maximum Performance Systems

On Wed, 17 Jul 2002 15:29:35 -0700, Brad Velander wrote:
>Dennis or the others with suggestions,         solved the problem, it
>wasn't a corrupted install as I expected from my previous problems a
>week or so ago. It was a corrupt .cfg file. And of course the .cfg
>file contains the configuration information for annotate and BOMs.
>
>In all fairness to Protel NA Tech support, I actually got directly to
>a person this afternoon not once but twice. Possibly things are
>improving at the Tech Support end, we will have to see. Anyway, Lori
>came up with the fix in short order. Thanks Lori!
>


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