This document describes what to do when Qedit for Windows aborts immediately at startup.
qwinddb.dat. The document database is created in the Windows system root directory. Typically, this is
C:\WINNTdepending on the version of Windows. Here is a short list of things stored in the document database:
In some circumstances, the document database can become corrupt preventing
Qedit for Windows from retrieving the information. When this occurs, Qedit
for Windows aborts immediately as it starts up. There is currently no way
to repair a corrupted database. The only way to get access to Qedit for
Windows again is to get rid of the document database by deleting or renaming
qwinddb.dat. Unfortunately, all the information
stored in it will be lost.