12-04-2008 07:19 PM
12-05-2008 03:42 PM
John it sounds like your preferences are the problem.
From the Start menu and run type in ACTdiag and from the tools menu select to delete the preferences and then reopen and reset your preferences.
Once you have set your preferences close ACT and wait 10 secs for them to be written to file. Reopen ACT and if the preferences are not set correctly then the problem is most likely with your Windows Profile or a corruption in the database and you may need to speak with Database Services.
12-06-2008 05:11 PM
12-08-2008 02:23 PM
Generally the preferences are not database specific but login specific. If you log in as Administrator account for the machine does it still happen?
The other thing to check would be permissions in the registry to make sure that you have write permissions to the registry otherwise I would try a reinstall to see if that resolves.