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post Apr 14 2019, 06:34 PM
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Hi, I was wondering if anyone could help me with a problem. I purchased Web Easy 10 and have done quite a few web sites with it. However, if WE10 remains inactive for a few days, when I try to load the software, the Web Easy hosting activation message pops up. When I click to minimize that message then the software disappears. Gone! Then, I have to reload the software from the disc and put in the serial number. I have tried to contact support at Avanquest but no luck there. They just don't get back to me at all! Is there some way to keep the program from disappearing? Thanks for any help or suggestions.
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post Jul 23 2019, 06:36 PM
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this resolved my problem

Please try these instructions to fix the issue.
Please exit from WebEasy if it is open.
Please download and save the file to your computer as follows.
Please go to this page:
This will open a page at Google Drive, showing a file called, which it will also show contains a file called Fix_WE910_OLR.bat.
IGNORE ALL THAT and look in the upper right for the download icon (a down arrow). Click on that to download and save the file to your computer. (It is not necessary to sign into Google if you have no account there.)
Your browser (Chrome in particular) might block the download because it thinks it's malicious software.
This is because it contains a batch file that runs DOS commands.
We assure you that this file is only for this WebEasy issue and disturbs nothing else.
You might need to use a different browser to download and save the file.
Right-click that and chose “Extract All”, then “Extract” on the window that appears.
A window should now open revealing a file called Fix_WE910_OLR.bat
Right-click Fix_WE910_OLR.bat, and choose “Run as administrator."
A small black window will come up. It will indicate that it’s processed through several activation points. This is covering various versions of WebEasy.
It should finish in just a second or two and indicate that the script completed. There should not be any error messages, but you can ignore them (if any).
Press any key to close the black window.
Now go into WebEasy and verify that it comes up properly.
Thank you,
David B
VCOM Technical Support
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