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Old 08-23-2010, 07:52 PM   #6 (permalink)
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Ok. I understand now, but don't get it. My experience has always been what you experienced in the past . . . I see that message when I first open password keeper, or at least that's the way I remember it. But you are not seeing it upfront; only after you you have entered password keeper. Weird.

I don't have a good answer. Some things that come to mind, in order of hassel factor:

- Selectively delete the password keeper database and selectively restore the password keeper database from an older backup than the one you used before. Then try again.

- Try deleting password keeper, hard reset, then reinstall password keeper, then selective restore of password keeper database from last backup file. And try again.

- Or, do a security wipe, then restore from backup, and try again.

- Or, wipe with JL_CMDER, resintall OS, restore backup, and try again.

Just guesses.
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