Hi, A couple of weeks ago I made an error in defining the data folder when installing the latest TheBat on my new machine so, after using it without any problem, I wanted to make a clean install of the program. I backed up my data, uninstalled the program and deleted the RIT key in the registry. I then reinstalled it to make sure using the correct folder but since then I can't run the program anymore: I can see the startup screen then the windows flickers a little and disappears (see video here https://www.screencast.com/t/TeNRl7ssC ). I can see the process in the task manager. I tried uninstalling and reinstalling it twice but I couldnt' find my away around this. Any idea ? Here is how my folder looks like
Sounds like you need the "/nologo" workaround as discussed here.
In brief, you put " /nologo" (without the quotes, but with the preceeding space) at the end of the commandline that launches The Bat. You can do this by right-clicking on The Bat's desktop shortcut or startmenu-item, choosing 'Properties', and then editing its Target. From then on, the splash screen will no longer be shown at startup but the main program window should appear without problems.
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