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Follow / 15 Dec 2011 at 10:58am
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  • Follow / 15 Dec 2011 at 4:00pm
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    We've seen this happen when Toad is installed over top of an older Toad version,
    or 2 versions of Toad are pointing to the same application data folder.

    Close Toad. Go to options > General and locate your application data folder.
    Remove the folder named after the version of Toad (11.1). Run Toad and when
    prompted you can then let Toad migrate your user files over from a previous
    version.

    If you actually installed Toad 11.1 into an existing Toad folder, I suggest you
    uninstall all instances of Toad on your machine and re-install into their own,
    fresh directories.

  • Follow / 15 Dec 2011 at 4:07pm
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    Each TOAD version installed in different folder still you get this message.

    Probably TOAD guys can tell the solution, it is an internal.

    FYI this message was displayed when I had only one version of TOAD

  • Follow / 15 Dec 2011 at 4:37pm
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    Did you copy user files from a previous installation instead of using the
    official method of migration from the Toad initial setup wizard? You can confirm
    that Toad is using the new user files if the files in your \RuleSets
    folder have a modified date of August 17, 2011. If they have a modified date of
    March 29, 2006 then you have old user files and you should follow Brad's
    suggestion of removing your appdata folder and starting Toad.

    Michael

  • Follow / 15 Dec 2011 at 4:53pm
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    Didn’t copy any file from user file.

    Also I don’t get migrate any file while installing new version.

    I allow the new version to be totally new.

  • Follow / 15 Dec 2011 at 5:56pm
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    Please send the Toad.elf in your appdata folder. Thanks.

  • Follow / 15 Dec 2011 at 6:49pm
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    I recall seeing this with a corrupted … was it keyboard? … file. Deleting
    that file cleared up the issue for me.

    Roger S.

  • Follow / 15 Dec 2011 at 7:18pm
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    I am about 99.99% positive that closing Toad and deleting the appdata\Rule Sets
    folder will resolve the issue. It has been the case in all previously reported
    instances of this new tab LIOOB error in Toad 11. I was trying to get more
    information out of the user as to what they did during installation to assist
    with future cases. It would be helpful if the original poster would list the
    modified dates of the rule sets files. I know they said a new installation, but
    evidence shown in all previous cases revealed copied rule sets from another
    installation. This is the 4th or so case of this and we'll most certainly see
    more of them as more users upgrade.

    Michael

  • Follow / 15 Dec 2011 at 7:22pm
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    [ Attachment(s) from Malyavantham, Krishnamurthy T (Education Cabinet) included
    below]

  • Follow / 15 Dec 2011 at 8:10pm
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    This Toad.elf is reporting errors from Toad 9.6.1.1 including an AV that
    occurred yesterday and another AV from Toad 11 on November 30th. It appears as
    though you have multiple copies of Toad running from the same appdata folder.

  • Follow / 15 Dec 2011 at 8:11pm
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    Correction, my ELF reader has merged results. Your errors in that ELF are all
    from Toad 9.6.1.1 including an AV from yesterday. Check your AppData folder for
    your Toad 11 installation. It's location can be found in Options|General.

  • Follow / 15 Dec 2011 at 8:11pm
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    Correction, my ELF reader has merged results. Your errors in that ELF are all
    from Toad 9.6.1.1 including an AV from yesterday. Check your AppData folder for
    your Toad 11 installation. It's location can be found in Options|General.

  • Follow / 15 Dec 2011 at 8:11pm
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    Correction, my ELF reader has merged results. Your errors in that ELF are all
    from Toad 9.6.1.1 including an AV from yesterday. Check your AppData folder for
    your Toad 11 installation. It's location can be found in Options|General.

  • Follow / 15 Nov 2013 at 3:54pm

    I am having the same issue.  I followed your instructions to remove all previous versions and reinstall 12.1 and I'm still getting the error.  Please advise where Options|General is as I have no clue as to what that means...

  • Follow / 15 Nov 2013 at 3:59pm
    This is a two year old thread. Options|General just means the General page in the Options dialog. Send the Toad.el file in your user files folder.

    On 11/15/2013 10:55 AM, acuhadar wrote:
    Reply by acuhadar

    I am having the same issue.  I followed your instructions to remove all previous versions and reinstall 12.1 and I'm still getting the error.  Please advise where Options|General is as I have no clue as to what that means...

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