Crash on startup
Posted 30 March 2006 - 10:06 PM
This all started some time ago when I copied an updated version of a user tool onto my Powerbook, replacing an older version with the same name. My (possibly faulty?) memory is that when it started, I couldn't open a saved tabbed workspace without it crashing, but I just tried to do so, and I had no trouble, which is a relief. I've been rebuilding my workspaces every session; now I know I don't have to!
I'm running the 68K version of Accordance 6.9.1 on a Powerbook 1400 running system 8. I can't upgrade it to 6.9.2 because downloaded Accordance installers don't work properly on the Powerbook: they erase the old version of Accordance, but refuse to install a new version in its place. I can only successfully install Accordance onto that machine with a CD installer which allows me to copy over the 68K version of the program.
Would I be correct in guessing that I have corrupt preference files? Do I need to trash the whole folder, or just certain preference files?
Thanks for putting up with all the oddities of old Mac OS systems and even older Macs!
Posted 30 March 2006 - 10:32 PM
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