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Topic Title: Problem after upgrading to F&H 4.0
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Created On: 02/03/2004 02:29 PM
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 02/03/2004 02:29 PM
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I upgraded several of my computer to F&H 4.0 for 3.24. Now when the system reboots it starts two seperate folds working on the same WU. What is happening on Tinkers if somebody restarts the machine and doesn't shut down the two fold and it will make a couple of folds and seems to corrupt one of the steps so when you reboot it starts all over again. This really bites when you are 300+ steps into the fold.

On my Win XP machine I went into msconfig and turn off the startup swith to start 3.24 and this helped that machine. I have a machine running Win 2000 and the msconfig doesn't seem to work. Is there a different comand for Win 2000?


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 02/03/2004 08:20 PM
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If you're using the standard version of F@H (graphical) then the reason two copies are booting up is because you've still got the old one in your startup folder. The easiest way to correct this problem is to uninstall F@H. Don't worry about losing work because it keeps your work directory. It just removes everything else. After that, reinstall F@H and you should be fine.

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