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Old 07-17-2012, 04:47 PM   #7
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Originally Posted by Ptaker View Post
I have about 8 libraries that I use to keep track of books for different kindles in use. I switch between the libraries when I am adding books to them for future reading by members of my family.

What is "A/V/M that you mentioned?

I will review what I have added to my computer in the past but that is a long list of program updates and new software. That is an impossible job.

Any other way to find out what keeps the program crashing? Should I use a separate calibre with each library?

If it is a library, how do I discover what book or books are causing the crash? The crash can occur when I am adding to one of four main libraries. The others have not been added to recently.
Anti-Virus Anti-Malware or whatever that is inserting itself in between Calibre an its files

I think we can (mostly) rule out M$ updates, most of us keep those current.
Same goes for the popular Secrity software.: There would be others that are running the same.


Have you checked the failing DB's?
Are ALL the failing Libraries on a Local drive?
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