The _jcgriff2_ folder is deprecated
Can I claim that for a tax credit? (I really need one this year) :)
I'm afraid I said deprecated and not depreciated. ;-}
Your post still made me laugh. :lol:
I've installed v2.6.4 following the instructions in the installation topic (I didn't install Richard's .dll's yet)
The Help file contains an index structure - but each page is a ? mark and there's no content showing in the left hand pane (tried using the Help menu in the app and by double clicking on the .chm file).
But, my primary question is:
"How do I copy the settings/files/etc from my old installation (v184.108.40.206)
The old installation has stuff in the _jcgriff2_ folder and the SysnativeBSODApps folder
Just curious, any chance of making this portable - with the search for kd.exe on the host machine?
It'd be an awesome tool for technicians!
2.7.2 should make life a little easier when porting between systems. The forums files also no longer cause problems with kd.exe paths being loaded from an old system each time the apps run. kd.exe paths saved within the forums settings .zdn file are now ignored. That should diminish problems with kd paths on your new installation if the kernel debugger was installed in a different location this time around.
Save As will still save to a .zdn file and keep track of the kd.exe paths. Quick Save will also save the kd.exe paths and current debugging path. That way, you can still create .zdn files for different kd paths if you wanted to.
You will find the .zdn files are now much smaller. I have minimized them to only save and load the important information stored within the SysnativeBSODApps directory and subdirectories. This should clean up some of the file storage for the apps and make it a little easier to port between systems without adding excess files to each system's SysnativeBSODApps directory. This is especially helpful to people like you and John G. who save downloaded files and other files into the SysnativeBSODApps directory.
▪ Sysnative BSOD Processing Apps 2.7.2