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hass_2k
Occasional Advisor

in need of help

hi guys could any one read my file wich i brought up by the cmd sys_check all and i have that i need to solve the probelm plz any one could help out with this
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Mulgund
Frequent Advisor

Re: in need of help

What is the problem?
hass_2k
Occasional Advisor

Re: in need of help

guys the file is atteched on the left corrner of my mssage the file is there
hass_2k
Occasional Advisor

Re: in need of help

sorry guys i mean on the right corrner the file is there so u can read my problem plzzzzzzzz helpppppppppp
Mulgund
Frequent Advisor

Re: in need of help

I am able to read the file.
Can you pl. point to the problem instead of me going thro the entire .htm file?
hass_2k
Occasional Advisor

Re: in need of help

well i as i know and might be this
Cache: syntax error on line 1 , teletype MB ( 0 MB) Memory size: 4096 MB
if u can also check by finding word event error it will locate for u where are the error is
hass_2k
Occasional Advisor

Re: in need of help

well i as i know and might be this
Cache: syntax error on line 1 , teletype MB ( 0 MB) Memory size: 4096 MB
if u can also check by finding word event error it will locate for u where are the error is
like
UERF Error Information
DECevent Error Information
Warning: DECevent is not installed.

and so in so
Michael Schulte zur Sur
Honored Contributor
Solution

Re: in need of help

Hi,

does the syntax error trouble you? I have tried it myself and it seems to be a problem with the script. If you need more help, give us more meat! ;-)

greetings,

Michael