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Crashes Dreamweaver CS6 On Startup

Thread began 5/10/2012 9:04 am by MikeyT | Last modified 8/06/2013 4:56 pm by MikeyT | 5972 views | 6 replies

Ray BorduinWebAssist

Try deleting the winfilecache .dat file.

If it crashes on startup it probably means it is one of the files in either the Configuration/Startup directory or Configuration/Floaters... those are the only files that run on startup. You could try renaming those folders one at a time to narrow down the cause and then maybe removing single files from those directories to really pinpoint the file causing the problem.

My best bet is that deleting the cache file will probably fix this issue. If not, please post your phone number in the private message area and we can give you a call to help debug it.

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