emolina on 28 May, 2011 02:24 PM
So what I would like you to do first of all is go into iTunes
file sharing and drag the notebooks.sql file out of the ThinkBook
folder. Put it on your desktop somewhere so they are safe. The
re-install TB and put the file back in there before you ever run
Once you're up and running again let me know so I can get the
crash reports from you.
Before you do any of that though, have you tried rebooting your
I am having this problem today, caused i think by importing to big a picture in and it froze so I clicked out ant ever since it will not open for more than a second and crashes. A pain as it has been a fantastic app, that I use most days.
When you say desktop do you mean on my pc? Not the ipad desktop? Unfortunately I have not backed up so I am very concerned i will lose it. Is there anyway of exporting it
Same as Kaye. I was importing a picture. The slider displayed "2", which caught my attention. After about five minutes I realized it had crashed and shut down the program. Now when I start ThinkBook, it displays the screen showing the picture being imported then closes. Power cycling my iPad did not help.
When I get home I will try Emolina's suggestion.
Emolina's suggestion worked—partly. There are other folders in the ThinkBook folder. They should be saved as well, specially the Attachments folder.
I think you can reproduce this failure by creating a book and putting some images into it. Reinstall ThinkBook, but only restore the notebook.sqlite file. Now, when you open a book containing images, the program will crash and from then on it will immediately crash when you attempt to launch it.