||Re: File Does Not Exist error message
||Sun, 17 Feb 2019 13:29:13 -0500
On 2/17/19 11:35 AM, Tom wrote:
> On 2/17/19 10:32 AM, Ken Mayer wrote:
>> On 2/17/2019 7:18 AM, Tom wrote:
>>> Version: 188.8.131.52
>>> Build: 2585 09/07/2018
>>> I am greeted with the attached error message every time I start dBase
>>> 12. I have uninstalled and reinstalled my copy to no avail. How do I
>>> fix this?
>> Sounds like you may have double-clicked on a .cc file in the
>> Navigator, which tells dBASE to autoload it. This is just a theory but
>> it's happened to others.
>> In the Command Window, type:
>> ? _app.iniFile
>> This is the ini file being used by dBASE. Note the path to it, copy
>> and paste it if necessary.
>> Close dBASE. (Important step, because closing dBASE will store
>> settings back into the .ini file and wipe out what you are about to do)
>> Using Notepad in Windows, open the .ini file (using the path above)
>> and search for that file name. If it is there, delete that line in the
>> .ini file, save and close it.
>> Then re-start dBASE. If all goes well, you've fixed the issue.
> Did as suggested (see attached image) and deleted the highlighted line.
> Shut down Windows, restarted and restarted dBase.
> Message is still there.
Fixed it I think. Now using version 12.3.1 from the support\updates &
fixes\12.3.1 dBase web page. Uninstalled computer's dBase again and
reinstalled newer version. Seem Ok now.
Thanks for your help.