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|Jue 25 Oct 2007 15:37 |
| FAQ Uninstall Manager
|Q: After deleting the application, there are still files that share the application's Creator ID with type 'a68k', should I be worried that the application was not completely uninstalled?
A: You can delete 'a68k' files using the menu command: "Delete a68k Files"
Notes about a68k files and the menu command:
The 'a68k' database (file) is a special RAM-based database that the Palm OS creates for each application on your device. This database is created the first time the application is launched, and stays on the device until the application is deleted. Occasionally, you need to perform a soft-reset to delete a particular a68k database. Under certain circumstances an 'a68k' file can remain on your device.
- a68k files are small in size.
- Normally, you don't need to worry about these files, but if you want the extra bytes you can use this option.
- After deleting a68k cache files, the Palm OS will recreate most of them; this is normal.
- NOT ALL a68k files can be deleted.
- Technical note: Uninstall Manager will intentionally decrement the a68k database protect count by one. To delete additional a68k files, you can use this option repeatedly*.
* UM will NOT decrement the database protection count on NVFS based devices (Treo 650, T5, etc).
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