David E. Ross wrote:
On 10/27/2009 4:44 PM, David E. Ross wrote:
On 10/27/2009 4:38 PM, Leonidas Jones wrote:
David E. Ross wrote:
On 10/27/2009 3:45 PM, Leonidas Jones wrote:
Leonidas Jones wrote:
David E. Ross wrote:
First, I cleared out SeaMonkey 1.1.18. I deleted its entire
installation folder and all profile folders. (I saved the profiles on a
different hard drive; I'll have to retrieve the plugins from the backup
I ran about a half-hour before.)

Then, I installed SeaMonkey 2.0 on Windows XP SP2. I did a custom
install, deselecting Chatzilla. I installed in

At the end, I got a window asking if I wanted to launch SeaMonkey. I
responded positively. I then got an error popup with the message:
"SeaMonkey is already running, but is not reponding. To open a new
window, you must first close the existing SeaMonkey process, or restart
your system." I checked the Windows Task Manager (Ctrl-Alt-Delete) --
both Applications and Processes tabs -- and cannot find SeaMonkey
running. When I did a warm reboot, I got the same error popup.

Please DO NOT respond with a link or reference to a Web page. At the
moment, I don't have a working browser.

Surely you have Internet Explorer. Well, I guess, we can argue the
meaning of "working browser". ;)

You might want to install Firefox as a backup. I always keep it handy,
just in case.

Remind me what version of Windows you are running. So far, I've got it
up on XP SP3 with no issues. However, the difference in our experiences
is that I have not tried installing it without an existing profile from
which to transfer. I'll give a whirl and see what I discover.

For what it may be worth, I just installed SM 2.0 on XP Pro SP3.
SeaMonkey had never been installed on this system.  It installed and
started up with no issues.

Again, can you clarify exactly what version of Windows you are running?

Windows XP Home Edition 5.1.2600 Service Pack 2 Build 2600
(Build 2600.xpsp_sp2_gdr.090804-1412)

Okay, thanks!

Have you checked in the new profile location for parent.lock, as Hartmut
suggested?  That would be the obvious culprit.


By now, I've complete removed SM 2 and reverted back to SM 1.1.18.
Perhaps tonight, I might have time to try to install SM 2 in its own
folder with a distinct folder for its profiles.  It's time for dinner,
and then I have a 7:00pm PDT meeting to attend.

Okay.  I installed SM 2 in a separate folder.  It works!

I'm having trouble migrating profiles.  I'll start a new thread for that

I'm glad it at least up and running. The profile data hasn't really changed, it should be pretty easy to migrate the data manually, I'm sorry the wizard didn't work for you. Whenyou post your new thread, give a good description of the migration and where it went wrong.

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