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Old 15 August 2016, 20:05   #5
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Originally Posted by Akira View Post
That's because MUltiview is not on the "path" environment variable and the system can't find where it is.
Make sure your startup sequence has the following line in it:
Path >NIL: RAM: C: SYS:Utilities SYS:Rexxc SYS:System S: SYS:Prefs SYS:WBStartup SYS:Tools SYS:Tools/Commodities
This adds the Utilities folder to the path.
If that is already in startup-sequence, there could be another problem of something overwriting it. I used to have this issue with a program called "GoWB" that replaced LoadWB and ruined my PATH variable.
Many thanks for the reply, not sure why but it's working now and I didn't make any changes at all, I played around with the hard drive settings in winuae but I put the settings back to how they were before I started messing with the settings, saved configuration and started the emulator up and multiview was opening files off dh1 without any problems.

Slightly confused as I changed nothing but it's working now. I'll check for that path entry in s:startup - sequence but I believe it's already there.

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