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Posted in August 2005 (found on Google groups -
So, I got sick of the thing and uninstalled it and reinstalled it and did
some checking behind the scenes and here is what I found. The problem seems
stem from user issues. It looked like the installation was scrambled across
users somehow. Anyway, I cleaned it all out and it seems to run fine now.
My advice to anyone (expert user) with this problem is to uninstall the
product, then log in as administrator, scan the various 'users' on your
system and make sure remnants are gone across all users, then reinstall the
while logged in as admin.
Anyone that has the problem and is willing to try this solution would be of
great help in determining whether this is a valid solution.
[Uh,remember, fairly expert users only for this one please since it
involves meddling with xp pros owner/security features. ]
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"Nathod" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> Hi!! I have following problem with DW 2004 MX
> When I open already existent .htm file with right click (edit file with
> DreamWeaver), DW creating 50 files( ImageViewer.swf, ImageViewer.png and
> .asi) in same folder. Interesting, that when I in first step open DW and
> then htm-file, it does not happen =/
> I have checked settings, it same as DW that work correct.
> May someone know how to fix it?