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  • Sat, Nov 4 2006 7:32 PM

    • Strat-1st
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    Removing a plug-in

    I had Adorage as a plug in and didn't really care for it, so I uninstalled it.  The problem is this.  Each time I start Liguqid (7.1)  I get 3 error msgs. "Unable to load Adorage plug-in" ...  I just click ok and it continues to load with out problems.  I have removed any reference that I can find, including in the registry.  I've gone through the effect listing and there's no evidence there.  I've gone through the control panel and I'm unable to fin any mention of it there.  I've tried to search out any reference to Adorage and no is on my system.  Anyone have a clue as to where else I can look to resolve this?
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  • Sat, Nov 4 2006 7:59 PM In reply to

    • DStone
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    Re: Removing a plug-in

    Orphaned plug-ins are a known problem. The only way to get rid of them is to force the plug-in cache to get rebuilt. See the thread Rebuild Effects Cache for details.
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    Dave S.

  • Sat, Nov 4 2006 9:43 PM In reply to

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    Re: Removing a plug-in

    I ran the procedure and it went as expected.  (I had a coffee at the 40% mark) However, I may have listed the error msg incorrectly.  Here is the exact msg:  "Cannot load Adorage support library.  Please install the new Adorage plug-ins."

    This happens about the 10% to 15% start up mark.  It also happened at the first start up during the reset procedure.

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  • Sat, Nov 4 2006 10:58 PM In reply to

    • DStone
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    Re: Removing a plug-in

    All you should have to do is to delete the files from the plug-ins directories. Also, make sure that you didn't add a link to the Adorage directories into the list of directories searched by Liquid. This is in the Control-Panel->Site->Plug-Ins dialog.
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    Dave S.

  • Mon, Nov 6 2006 3:05 PM In reply to

    • Strat-1st
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    Re: Removing a plug-in-Update

    I finally was able to solve this problem.

    1. I backed up the project, I was working on, to an external drive.

    2. I then did an XP restore to a date prior to the installation of the problem caused by the plug in.

    3. Then I ran the procedure as suggested.

    4. I then restored my progect from the external drive.

    All back to running perfectly.  Thank you very much for all your help, especially the procedure to remove ghost plug-ins.

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