Best answer by bogeyman459View original
After conquering the (see) "Changed Passwords Problem" thread i was able to get back into the Password Manager (PM). i found a very corrupt database in my case. there were multiple duplicate groups with anywhere from 0 to 7 passwords and very many saved passwords with no username AND/OR no password. i fixed those that i could and deleted the rest so out of 59 passwords, i'm left with 19 good ones which i saved into the "Default" folder. i then deleted all of the groups that i had created, and began creating new ones. i don't know if the database is case sensitive or not so my new method of naming (vice all lowercase) was ACCouNTS, and perSONals etc. once i had all of my groups named, i began saving the good saves from the default folder into their respective group. having completed that to my satisifaction, i then used the toolbar to export the data to a webroot csv file. to make a long story short i'll leave out the part where i then shut down everything and went to bed. lol this morning i log onto the browser toolbar and import all of that nice clean date i spent all nite working on and now when i get into PM it looks like... please see Blank Password Manager.jpg @ http://1drv.ms/1pH39CV . ne1 know a quick fix??!? (like there's such a thing) i've already tried uninstalling and reinstalling the toolbar (but not in safe mode w/ networking) yet? thanks in advance for your time and consideration and (input if you have any) !!?! lol
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