Twice while trying to delete a thought (on separate occasions), I received an error message that said it was being used by another person or program.  The second time it happened, I closed my brain.  Now I receive an error message on startup.  Attached is copy of error messages and log.   Thanks for your help. 
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I was able to solve the problem by using the information from Harlan on post  (I thought it sounded familiar).  The problem seems to start in the \PersonalBrain\lib\comfyj-2.4.jar file.  When I try to reload the software, this is the file that "is still running".  I have to reboot, then delete according the the above link.  Then everything works ok.
This error just happened to me. It seems that when this happened, c:\PersonalBrain -folder was first automatically copied to my brains trash/ -folder and then half of the files from c:\PersonalBrain were somehow deleted. A really weird and somewhat alarming error. This one seems to be the same one:

Reinstalling PersonalBrain fixed the issue but now my brains trash/ -folder contains a copy of the whole PersonalBrain installation. So my question is can I safely delete my trash/ -folder?

(and I'm using version PB)

That is also the same thing as occurred on this post:

Windows 7
OSX 10.6.3
Java SE 6

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