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error message when free cmd starts up

#1 Post by reble » 17.08.2020, 17:49

I am getting an error message from Free Commander XE about the Free Cmd ini file when Free Cmd starts. I click on the X in the upper right corner of the error message. The error message goes away and Free Cmd starts. See the Dropbox link.

https://www.dropbox.com/s/l6m37enqp04b2 ... r.jpg?dl=0

What is this section 21 error message mean? I have never run into that error in all of the years that I have been using Free Cmd. BTW the OS is now Win 10 Pro 64 bit. I moved up from the Home version.

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Re: error message when free cmd starts up

#2 Post by Marek » 18.08.2020, 21:55

Your config file (freecommander.ini) is probably corrupt.
Get older backup file.

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Re: error message when free cmd starts up

#3 Post by reble » 21.08.2020, 12:10

1st off I have the latest version of Free Commander XE. I went looking for the ini file, and I couldn't find it.
Marek wrote:
18.08.2020, 21:55
Your config file (freecommander.ini) is probably corrupt.
Get older backup file.


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Re: error message when free cmd starts up

#5 Post by reble » 21.08.2020, 20:03

The link bellow did nothing to correct the problem

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Re: error message when free cmd starts up

#6 Post by Karol » 21.08.2020, 21:04

The link say you how to find the ini files.

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Re: error message when free cmd starts up

#7 Post by reble » 22.08.2020, 00:43

I found the INI file and copyed it to the dir that the main exe is that starts the program. Now I get an "Access is denied" when I start the program. When I click on the OK button then the program opens up and run's ok.
Karol wrote:
21.08.2020, 21:04
The link say you how to find the ini files.

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