Update 2: It seems if you have an external sync hard drive or storage, setup to keep two computers in sync with each other, the tracking.db3 file will get corrupted. Even if the sync feature is only used on a single computer as a backup method and not connected to second computer. Make sure to exclude the Rosetta Stone folder in case you have any sync features from external hard drives, or service from dropbox, jungle disk, cloud storage or other file sharing application setup on your system. Update 1: Rosetta Stone has posted an update on it's website on how to upgrade. http://support.rosettastone.com/link/portal/14006/14042/Article/5527/Update-Instructions-Rosetta-Stone-Version-3-Latest-Application-Versions Original Post: If you are using Windows Vista or Windows 7 then most likely the issue is with the permissions of the Rosetta Stone Software. Try running the program as Administrator. Right click on the "Rosetta Stone Version _" and if available select "R
How do you put your experience in word's? I know the same answers to the questions, that have helped people turn content into great blogs and website, and hear I am always struggling. "Questions that needs answers in writing that I already know" I wish many times that this should be easy, but it's always a bit further from my reach. Words or sentences that allude me. I wish to start a content website that is both a guide/help, and a source of passive income for me. With all that is going on, it will be a safety cushion to have a passive income.
Talk about not so bright people being responsible for naming conventions and acronyms. The IE team allegedly says that “Mic” stands for “Medium Integrity Cookie”… hmmm I might give some hoot to a MSDN blog but is it really??? The process runs non stop, and if I try stopping it, the process makes Windows 8 non stable. hmmm What Gives?