Transit Nxt (pro) crashes... Again. Restore options?
Thread poster: Campman

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Netherlands
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English to Dutch
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Apr 12

Transit Nxt (Pro) has crashed quite often the past year (I get a Windows message saying something like "breakpoint set by user. The software is no longer working. Looking for a solution... No solution found". (Windows never finds solutions in these situations, but that's another story).

Last crash was more serious than the previous ones. I lost a lot of settings - no more self-defined views, I had to define my user role at startup, the list of "recent projects" no longer displays at startup, the dictionary I use for spell check cannot be found.

Do these settings make a package in one file?
Is there a way to restore?
Why does this happen?
Does anyone have the same experience that Transit NXT (Pro) crashes more and more often?


 
Backup Jun 1

You can setup an automated backup for the folder transit nxt\config\
Crash may be caused by corrupted profiles. Since there are several such files, I'd back up the complete folder.

And I would also suggest updating Transit or reinstalling the service pack, even if it's already installed. Often such problems are caused by Windows updates.


 


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