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Universal Hand Replayer Technical Help - Wed Feb 09, 2011, 01:24 AM
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Whenever I try and open my hand replayer, my computer gives me an error message stating that it can't launch the application, or something like that. It, along with Java, are both installed properly (at least, the replayer was installed properly... I don't know what's changed). The replayer worked fine for about a day, then it just stopped working. I tried un-then-re-installing both it and Java, but still, I get the same error message.

Has anyone else gotten this problem before, or does anyone have any idea how to fix it? I can't find a fix on the website FAQ page, and I'm thinking it might just be faster to ask here if somebody recognizes the problem. If someone can help, I'd appreciate it. I kinda need to do some review of my HH's.
 
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Wed Feb 09, 2011, 01:04 PM
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I am not aware that you need to install the hand replayer. Can you give more details ?


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Wed Feb 09, 2011, 01:22 PM
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Actually, I was talking about the non PSO one (for those PSO members who use it), that people use to visually go over big groups of hands. I don't think I was aware PSO had added a replayer when I made this post. Awkward timing on my part.

I've been needing to go over some full tourney hh's, which is why I asked.
 

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