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    Default now this is something you don't usually see

    i screwed up my fserve REALLY bad. not sure how:



    suggestions?

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    Woah, my eyes.
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    All I have is the really basic stuff.

    First thing is shutdown the program, go into task manager, look throught the processes, and make sure that the thing doesn't have a background process keeping it going (if it does, kill it). Restart the program, see if its fixed. Sure you tried this already but...

    Next thing is to reboot. Sure you did this also.

    Now you have to take drastic measures, and delete the setup file. Look through the settings and see if there is a option to select where to keep profiles or setups. If there is, go to that subdirectory (folder for the windows only people) and find the file that keeps the setup for the fserve (if they stick to classic naming convention it will be a DAT file, but nobody sticks to the classic anymore, it should be some sort of text file when you open it), and delete it. If there is no option to set the location of the file, look through the subdirectory where the program is (C:\Program Files\sysreset\ or whatever it is). If it's not there, go to your explorer window (the file browser, not IE) and go to tools, view, and click 'show hidden files and folders'. Now go to 'C:\Documents and Settings\'. Here go first to the folder of your name ('C:\Documents and Settings\CoolPupRocks\' for example). In here you should see a subdirectory that is ghosted out (its hidden) called Application Data. Go there and see if there is a SysReset subdirectory (thats what your using right). Look in that subdirectory for the type of file I described earlier. If its not in there, or there is no sysreset subdirectory, back up to where you choose your name and go to the subdirectory called All users and look for the file in the same fasion. If its still a no go, back up again and look in the Default User (hidden again) subdirectory for it.

    If none of that works, then I would suggest writing down all the options that you set for the program (print screen works better ) and uninstall it. Make sure that everything was whiped out (dig through all the locations I described before when I was talking about finding the dat file, and delete any semblence left of sysreset), then reinstall the program. Set up everything.... again.

    Good luck, CPR.
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    ah, okay then. thought there might've been an easier way. oh well.

    so i had to reinstall sysreset. =(

 

 

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