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[protege-discussion] Windows XP64 install bug

Samson Tu swt at
Tue Aug 5 09:45:11 PDT 2008


I have a 64-bit XP machine. With Protege 3.4 beta, I also have empty 
program group. However, Protege 4 correctly installs the program group 
on my machine. You can check its settings to see how that's done.


Jennifer Vendetti wrote:
> Hello David,
> Sorry to hear that you are having a problem with the installer.  The 
> installer is working fine on 32-bit XP systems, but unfortunately, I 
> don't have a 64-bit system to test with.  I would recommend the following:
> 1).  Upgrade to the latest Protege 3.4 beta build [1].  We are not that 
> far away from releasing this version and it has many important bug fixes 
> that have been integrated since the 3.3.1 release.
> 2).  If you still have problems with an empty Program Group, you can fix 
> this manually in the Windows Explorer under C:\Documents and 
> Settings\<your-user-name>\Start Menu\Programs.  Here, you can edit the 
> Protege Program Group to have the name that you want, and you can make 
> sure that the correct shortcut to the Protege application is present.  
> Steps for doing this sort of thing are described in detail on 
> Microsoft's website [2].
> Jennifer
> [1]
> [2] 
> David J. States wrote:
>> Installing Protege 3.31 on Windows XP64, everything works except that I 
>> get "Task menu => All Program => Protege 3.31 => (empty)".  If I 
>> navigate to c:\Program Files (x86)\Protege_3.3.1 I can launch the 
>> application by double clicking on protege.exe and everything seems to 
>> work.  Maybe somewhere an incorrrect assumption is being made about 
>> c:\Program Files vs. c:\Program Files(x86)?
>> David
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