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Babylon

Storage initialization failed (Error 2)

 
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This issue occurs when Babylon was not properly uninstalled and/or when a hacked version was attempted to be installed and the installation failed partway. 

The file: C:\%ALLUSERSPROFILE%\Babylon\BabAll.dat is likely missing or corrupted.

 
 
   
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Full Title
  Babylon 

 
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  Storage initialization failed (Error 2) 

 
Typical location
  C:\Program Files\Babylon\Babylon-Pro\

 
Issued By
  Babylon.exe

 
OS
  Windows XP, 7

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Vendor
  Babylon Ltd.    
 
   
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Last update: 27-Dec-2011 4:34 pm