I have two PCs sitting next to each other. Both are running windows xp sp3 and both have "suffered" from having a lot of software loaded and unloaded over the years (my day job as a test engineer means this is an on-going process). Both have had openLP v1.2.x installed for "production", and both v.1.9.3, and more recently v1.9.4 for testing. V.1.2.8 is rock solid on both (good thing as they get used in Church as fall back machines). The laptop has only had 1.9.3 on for a short time (the firewall griping and the need to be on site with it forced its early removal), and 1.9.4 only an hour or so; this PC appears to be "behaving OK".
However the desktop is really being a very naughty boy, in that it appears to have some data "hangining around", despite unistalling v.1.9.4 three times today, with repboots, registry purges and disk cleaning in between it continues to want to look for a non-existant user directory. This PC was the one on which I found this problem some moths ago - at the time this only affected the import of .csv Bibles, but now its just about everything.
The questions are- Where should I look to find the errant data? Once found how do I get rid of it? (I'm guessing that the latter will be easier than the former...)
As one can imagine this is rather frustrating.....