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Galaxy Debug window upon installation

Galaxy Debug window upon installation

Galaxy Debug window upon installation

(OP)
Recently, I had to re-install Imageware 10.6 after completely rebuilding my OS (WinNT).  After "finally" receiving a new password from EDS I manage to get Imageware to fire up only to be stuck in a window titled "Galaxy Debug" with nothing in it, in fact, it appears to be transparent as I can see right through it and it does not let me do anything from there except dismiss this window which in turn dismisses Imageware.

Any thoughts out there?

Thanks

RE: Galaxy Debug window upon installation

I acidentaly replied to the wrong post. :( Here it is in the correcet place.

This is just a guess but delete any .vr files and repeat the instalation. There might be a .surftool.vr in your root directory.

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