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Posted by Mark on October 17, 2001 at 08:59:39:

In Reply to: autosave posted by Kim Richardson on October 17, 2001 at 07:27:51:

: Hi Mark.

: I had a hard drive crash and reformatted. While I had a recent backup of FM, I lost my registry settings. I guess I'll have to redefine my asset classes, etc.

: However, there's a different problem. I originally had FM installed to c:\winstuff\fund manager. After reformatting, I decided to install to c:\stuff\fund manager. I reinstalled FM, then overwrote with my backed up "mydata". Everything works, except I get "portfolio autosave failed" when exiting. Does this mean I'm not saving previous day's data, and can it be fixed?

: Thanks as always.

: Kim

Hi Kim,
This means your portfolio file itself (*.mm4) is not getting saved. The
investment files (*.dat) would still get saved. You might check that your
portfolio file isn't marked as "Read-Only". You can check it by looking
at the properties of this file in Windows Explorer.

Mark Beiley

Fund Manager, portfolio management software for Windows 95/98/ME/NT/00

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