Ha ha. Not forced anyway but here is a clue to another problem that has been described in other posts earlier.
I have PSI (Personal Security Inspector) installed on my PC. PSI reported that I had an unsafe version of java on my machine. This was a version 1.6.0_12. That stumped me because I'm fairly adamant about only running the newest java on my machine and also to delete old versions that for some reason do not get deleted in the upgrade. But the java.exe PSI was nagging me about was in \PersonalBrain\jre\bin and it was deactivated by PSI. Then PB was no longer a Pro version and the next time I started it it wouldn't at all. OK, I have reactivated the java.exe in PersonalBrain BUT how is it TheBrain can tell us time and time again to be sure to use the latest java when you send and old one out in your own installation? Also this might very well have to do with the problem several of the forum members have described that we run the newest java but PersonalBrain reports using 1.6.0_12 instead. Can't find the post by the way. Neither through "Search" in the forum or via my saved links to the posts. Seems they have been deleted.
Regards Hans Henrik Nørregaard
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