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Old 02-05-2007, 09:36 AM   #1
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I have a Dell Precision M65 with Windows XP Pro, 2gb RAM, t7200 core 2 duo.
I have the Wave Systems Security suite (came with it, works with the TPM and fingerprint reader).

As soon as I run flashfxp, I see the window "appear" and then instantly disappear (crash). This is on a fresh install. (flashfxp is not running in my task manager).

I would love to remove the Security suite, but I can't as it wreaks havoc with other parts of the machine for me to do so. Is there any kind of debug mode I can run flashfxp in? (verbose, or a command line switch perhaps?) Flashfxp is my favorite ftp client, but I cannot even run it on this machine.

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Old 02-05-2007, 10:49 AM   #2
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FlashFXP is compiled with a debug mode that is triggered when a crash occurs, However this only works if the crash is caused by code within FlashFXP. Whatever is causing this crash is occuring outside of FlashFXP and because of this there is no way to detect/handle it.

I'm not really sure why the systen security software would be conflicting with FlashFXP. You might try contacting the people who make it and see if they can determine the cause. It might be something in their software that they need to fix.
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Old 02-05-2007, 11:14 AM   #3
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what about drwatson crashlog?
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