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Thanks for your help. The mglock.dat files I had already cleaned up. I had not thought of the .lock files. I found one that looked like it might be suspect, and removed it, but got the same error. Tried several things, and then, whistling in the dark, I tried opening uniPaaS in administrator mode, and, presto, that worked. I then tried opening it again not using admin, and that works also.
So maybe a file that I removed fixed it and there was a delay before the task read the change, or as usual, I got lucky.
Back to work, now. And I again thank you for your help.
On Mon, May 25, 2020 at 2:49 PM Steven Blank <sgblank@...
Try this: With the studio closed, search your local hard drive
for any abandoned mglock.dat files, and delete any found.
On 5/25/2020 1:06 PM, Santana John
Hi, I sure hope someone knows what I need to do
Using good ol' uniPaaS 1.9p, Windows 10, as I have for
years with no problems. Suddenly today I get this dialog:
I've restarted Mr. Computer and checked everything I know
to check, but I still get this message. I'm hoping there's
something easy to fix here. I expect a complete uninstall and
reinstall might fix it, but it just might not.
I should mention that there are no other running computers
It looks like it might be an entry in some MSE file I don't
know about, or maybe a registry value went haywire. If you
know what this is about, I sure would appreciate your taking
the time to respond. I've use Magic since it first came out in
the 80s, and seen many a strange message, but this is yet
another first. Just when you think you've seen it all....