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Living Room / Re: Strange behaviour: DirInfo-1.DbgLog
« on: March 01, 2006, 01:43 PM »
Unfortunately, my pleasure in the solution was too quick - it's not fixed the problem, so this is still live.  Anybody got any ideas?

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Living Room / Re: Strange behaviour: DirInfo-1.DbgLog
« on: March 01, 2006, 11:24 AM »
Okay, still don't understand...  But removing Diskview seems to have solved the problem...  I'll reinstall and hope it works now (look out for my mini-review of disk-visualising programs in the next few weeks)...

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Living Room / Strange behaviour: DirInfo-1.DbgLog
« on: March 01, 2006, 11:14 AM »
There I was in Firefox yesterday afternoon, filling in an online PDF for a job application, when my machine suddenly switched off.  It's prone to doing this sometimes, usually when it's particularly stressed - I have isolated the problem as being a (slightly) incompatible memory stick, and  as I pretty much know what triggers it, I have decided (so far) to save the £50 that a replacement memory stick would cost and just avoid doing those things.  So, I have system shutdown, and a few minutes later the machine comes back to life, only I can no longer get into Firefox, except in Safe Mode - every time it starts up, it immediately goes to the 'Firefox has a problem, would you like to tell us about it' dialogue.  I decide to bite the bullet and reinstall FF - to no effect: exact same behaviour.  I decide to bite harder and remove every trace of FF and reinstall - so scouring registry (with CCleaner and JV16Tools) and removing folders in C:\Documents & Folders\[etc]  Fine, now FF works again, and after a while of reassembling things, I have all the extensions I want back (and I found a really handsome new theme in the process: iPox).  Firefox works fine, and I worked happily online all morning, until I came to opening one of my Desktop folders, when Windows popped up with a truncated message box, reading (in the top bar): "DirInfo-1.DbgLog", and in the body of the message, just: "**NotP".  I tried to do a system restore to last night, but this didn't fix it; when I restored to before last night, Firefox doesn't work.  I restored all of JV16's backups, but nothing doing.  What I did inbetween: install Mouser's new Launcher Alpha and Skrommel's Taskbar Fader.  That's it as far as changes are concerned.  I searched on Google and turned up some references to "DirInfo-1.DbgLog", but all referred to software I have no knowledge of, and certainly haven't installed.  Anybody have any ideas that might help me?

Oh, something to add to this: the error message belongs to Explorer (according to Process Explorer), and when it comes up I can do nothing except kill Explorer and start it again... And then everything works fine until I try to open any folder...

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LaunchBar Commander / Re: early screenshots
« on: February 28, 2006, 06:58 AM »
Come on Mouser, do it do it do it...! I'm really looking forward to this!

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Post New Requests Here / Re: IDEA: Dim the taskbar
« on: February 26, 2006, 05:40 AM »
This works well for me, but I have the same problem I had with AlphaXP: whenever WallpaperMaster changes the desktop image, the taskbar returns to solid and stays that way...  Any ideas?

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