you're right that restarting protel often fixes things

sometimes it even takes a cold boot, but not too often

on another topic
anyone notice that Norton AV has gotten VERY cranky just lately ?
(result of recent live updates i assume)

we just had a serious of serious constant blue screen deaths
everything *was* be running perfectly previously

was solved by completely removing NAV (no simple matter)
and putting on the corp edition

removing NAV by using the add/remove in no way completely removes it
i had to get an outsider to come in and spend some time with a 
utility and then manually deleting tons of registry keys before
the corp edition would install properly

Dennis Saputelli


Steve Wiseman wrote:
> 
> 09/01/2004 21:28:32, Abd ul-Rahman Lomax
> <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> 
> >However, the fact that another ddb has DRC working pretty
> much rules out a
> >program glitch.
> 
> Hmm - I still find that stopping & restarting Protel often fixes
> things when all other approaches have failed and I'm thinking "this
> makes absolutely no sense".  This may be one of those times...
> 
> Steve
> 

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