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lglasser

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  1. Are you talking about a USB "thumb drive" or an optical drive that plugs into a USB port? 1) If it's the former, you don't burn files, you copy them. 2) More importantly, you set the boot drive via the system BIOS.
  2. If this is a question, you don't burn files to hard drives, you copy them. If it's not, please come back when it is.
  3. Any chance of making it an option in the future?
  4. Either I'm missing something, you're missing something, or we're both missing something! I went to Data | DataExplorerPath=, removed the value (::{20D04FE0-3AEA-1069-A2D8-08002B30309D) behind it, and save the .ini file. I then re-opened the program, drilled down to a directory and closed the program. When I re-opened the program, it started at the "drilled down" directory. What I'm trying to do is get it to start at "My Computer" each time, not where I left-off the time before. Thanks!
  5. The file exists. Which line/value, in particular, should I be looking at?
  6. I just updated to 4.3.0.1991, and the "problem" still exists.
  7. The Downloads page shows 4.3.0.1991 to be available, but I can't seem to find any documentation as to the new version changes. Am I missing something?
  8. Whenever I fire up the program, I'd like it to start at "My Computer," with none of the directories or subdirectories expanded, and not at the last point I closed the program. In other words, when you first open the program, everything goes back to a "fresh start." Make sense?
  9. Every time I open Options, then click "OK," I receive a "debug log could not be enabled" error message. (v4.2.7.1849)
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