For the time being, I always answer "No". This keeps my settings intact, but causes GoldWave to ask again at the next start. But when I accidentally answer "Yes", I have to run through GoldWave Setup again and restore the settings.On 2006-11-05 18:20 GMT, creibens wrote: When I start GoldWave, I often get the error message: "GoldWave settings and presets could not be found for the current user. Install them now?". What is this?
Fortunately, I saved all my settings from 5.13 and can load them, when I start "GoldWave Setup" from the system menu. But on the next start, the settings seem to be lost, and I get the mentioned error. When I answer "No", the settings still seem to be intact, so GoldWave obviously still knows them. But when I answer "Yes", the settings are set to some odd (and unwanted) values, and I have to restart it via "GoldWave Setup" again.
This time, the hint I was given about 10 years ago does not solve the problem