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Need help with GM. After creating a

Need help with GM. After creating a

Need help with GM. After creating a

Need help with GM. After creating a backup it will not open the GM. "Waiting for permission to login" is the message. Please help.

This the message I get:

Table does not exist.

Context: open
c:\program files (x86)\goldmine\Flags

1: File: c:\program files (x86)\goldmine\Flags.DBF

BDE Error Cat:Code: [39:40]
BDE: 500 [4/11/1999] GoldMine: 6.50.31113

User: USER
FILENAME: c:\program files (x86)\goldmine\Flags.DBF

What does it means and how can I rectify this and open GM?

RE: Need help with GM. After creating a

It pretty much means what it says:
Go to c:\program files (x86)\goldmine\, do you see a file called FLAGS.DBF? If not, you'll probably want to restore it from backup.

More importantly, you'll want to figure out why it's not there anymore and remedy that as well.

Doug Castell
Castell Computers

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