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    Default Deleting Allwebmenu and restarting

    Using NOF 11, AllWebMenus 5, Windows 8

    Due to an unexpected system upgrade, plus upgrading to Windows 8, plus re-installing NOF 11 and AWM 5, and as a result of all this, making a stupid change to the site root in AWM without noting the original site root, means the menu on the website no longer works.

    Is there any means of locating in NOF the original site root that was used, or can the AWM menu with the new site root be re-installed if so how? Is deleting the AWM place holder on the website all that is required, or is there more to it? I tried recovering the original .awm file from a backup after renaming the current .awm, but when I went back into AWM and selected the project a message appeared saying that AWM has stopped working.

    Any assistance to solve this issue would be greatly appreciated.

    Thanks in advance

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    Twayne
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    Default Re: Deleting Allwebmenu and restarting

    On 2013-08-05 9:04 AM, firstbas wrote:
    > Using NOF 11, AllWebMenus 5, Windows 8
    >
    > Due to an unexpected system upgrade, plus upgrading to Windows 8, plus
    > re-installing NOF 11 and AWM 5, and as a result of all this, making a
    > stupid change to the site root in AWM without noting the original site
    > root, means the menu on the website no longer works.
    >
    > Is there any means of locating in NOF the original site root that was
    > used, or can the AWM menu with the new site root be re-installed if so
    > how? Is deleting the AWM place holder on the website all that is
    > required, or is there more to it? I tried recovering the original .awm
    > file from a backup after renaming the current .awm, but when I went back
    > into AWM and selected the project a message appeared saying that AWM has
    > stopped working.
    >
    > Any assistance to solve this issue would be greatly appreciated.
    >
    > Thanks in advance
    >
    >


    Won't the top page indicate the filename?
    Use an ftp program to view your site structure should work.
    Since you have backups, hopefully templates, couldn't you use one of
    them to determine the root?

    Have you tried running it under Full Admin privileges?

    Do you have a local server set up so you can see it all on your own system?

    Just a few thoughts; maybe help, I hope.

    Twayne`

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