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Force "Normally start"
D3smo
post Oct 19 2010, 14:53
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Hi,

Sometimes my foobar (wich start at PC starts), shows a windows that said "Foobar did not terminate normally, do you want start in safe mode or normal mode".
When i choose normal mode, it's always work fine, so i want to force foobar to start in normall mode all time, maybe using argument in launching parameters, but i don't know how to do any help ?
My main issu is not having this window on startup and just foobar starting in normal mode.
Thanks for help
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tpijag
post Oct 20 2010, 13:21
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Threads that are persistent [sticky or pinned] are always at the beginning of a forum.

Pretty standard across all forum software. Just scroll up and click the forum title.

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D3smo
post Oct 21 2010, 14:43
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Here is the list of my components, is there one with known trouble when crashes ?
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QUOTE (D3smo @ Oct 21 2010, 15:43) *
Here is the list of my components, is there one with known trouble when crashes ?

foo_uie_quicksearch is outdated (two years old), use foo_quicksearch instead.
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