Miscellaneous | PC Property Manager

By: Pc Property Manager  06-Dec-2011
Keywords: Property Manager

On starting PC Property Manager I get a message that the config file cannot set the paths!

You have probably been using PC Property Manager for a while but have recently loaded some new software onto your system and now PC Property Manager cannot start up.

The new software may have needed to change your autoexec.bat file. This very very important file will have an entry in it like:

SET PATH=%PATH%;C:BITWARE

It is likely that a semi-colon is missing (or extra) in the path. You should not try to change this file if you have any doubts about what you are looking at. This is not a PC Property Manager problem and if you are not able to resolve this yourself you should contact your regular PC support service.

Keywords: Property Manager

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