System Crash - Manage Site?

My processor fried but fortunately no files were lost. I have
mounted the drive that held all the necessary data for the site I'm
working on in a temporary machine. I still have the folder
local_sites, that has all the various folders and html pages
intact. Do I need to use the "manage site" function and create a
"new site" in order to continue working on my project. (local_sites
prior to the crash was in my d: drive...after mounting the drive in
the temp computer it is ow located in the H: drive)
Help appreciated - David Bird

OK, easiest is to recreate. What's the complicated answer?
I have a similar problem... but I really would like to
restore the information if it is available somewhere, because I
have many sites that will be hard for me to recreate, because they
have non-std setups and because of my poor memory of these sites I
touch once a year.
Where in the registry is the site definition stuff stored?
Can I restore it?
My situation is that our server was rebuilt with a new domain
and new domain users created, plus a windows "genuine" fix was made
on my PC, which didn't completely reinstall the OS, but it's more
like a repair, according to my IT guy. My old domain user documents
and settings were saved. Don't know if the registry was backed up
or if it's now too late!

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    All is fine now, was just the 1 crash. Somehow the update caused a total system crash.

    Looks like its been fixed for me, not by 6.0.1 but by - Todd Siechen from
    Check out his post at:
    Todd... I love you xxx
    After having a nightmare since first day of version 6.0.0 and still no fix after 6.0.1, even after Apple requested the files... You fixed my problem... Checked for duplicate fonts and found about 5, selected "Resolve Duplicates" and everything great, even with old projects... You should work for Apple!
    Check out the 2 posts:
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    Many many many many many many many many many many many many many thanks.
    Charles Teton
    United Independent Pictures Ltd.

  • Every time I try to play the video ads for iOS 7, the system crashes and I get a "Safari website quit unexpectedly" message.  I have an iMac 23", 3.06 Intel Core 2 duo.

    I have an iMac 23", 3.06 Intel Core 2 duo.  Whenever I try to play YouTube videos, the system crashes and I get a "Safari quit unexpectedly" message.
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    Any suggestions....?

    I don't have any Safari extensions that I know of.  I didn't install any anti-virus.
    This is on the error message when it comes up.  I went to the WebProcess application in Time Machine and tried to restore it to one year ago, but it didn't fix the problem.  As I recall, this began about the time Apple and YouTube parted ways- whether that is coincidence or not...
    /System/Library/StagedFrameworks/Safari/Webkit2.framework/ s/MacOS/WebProcess
    Thanks for taking the time to look at this.  I really appreciate the effort.  I'm a amatuer at this, I'm afraid. 

  • How to handle common system crashes in SAP Business One until you upgrade to SAP Business One 9.1?

    SAP Business One 9.1 is about to release in this year with many feature enhancements in various areas, such as in Business Logic and Localization, Reporting and Analytics, Lifecycle Management and Support, SDK Features for extensibility, Infrastructure and Architecture, etc. , with this upgrade every organization using SAP Business One is also expecting that some previous System Crash problems associated with SAP Business One 8.8 or 9.0, will also be resolved with the advent of 9.1.
    But until 9.1 is available in GA, we have to know and follow some procedures to avoid this situation. Through this blog we have addressed ‘How to handle common system crashes in SAP Business One until you upgrade to SAP Business One 9.1’. In below link you can have a look that what common system crash issues been reported and what solution given by the community members:
    common system crashes in SAP Business One

    Thanks for sharing valuable information with us. You may repost this discussion as "Document" or Blog type.
    Thanks & Regards,

  • When i try to load certain page, the system crashed and the bottom panel states " stopped" but when I close and open firefox again,it can't and I get this message that says my firefox is still running and to open the browser i need to restart the compu

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    == just happened

    You get message "firefox is still running" and computer restart doesn't help you. Try the advice below.
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    jcnoble wrote:
    > When reading from VXI 2211 and writing to a file the system crashes
    > with a page fault error in nipalk.sys. I tried loading new drivers for
    > VISA, VXI, even DAQ which I don't use. Where does nipalk.sys come
    > from??
    This is the low level device driver used by all NI hardware device
    drivers. PAL stands most probably for Platform Abstraction Layer and
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    Rolf Kalbermatter
    CIT Engineering Netherlands
    a division of Test & Measurement Solutions

  • Can't login System Access Manager and Delegated Administrator page

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    Do you help me?

    k-m-i wrote:
    Suddenly I can't log in System Access Manager & Delegated Administrator page. Yesterday,I could.Given that you have provided nothing in the way of usable information to isolate the problem I can only suggest restarting your directory server (assuming it hasn't crashed) then restarting the web-container hosting Access Manager and see if that fixes the problem.
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