1. Make sure the PC Study Bible application is not running.
2. Go to the FIND window.
Windows 3.1 users:
a. Go to PROGRAM MANAGER
b. Click on FILE from the top tool bar and select RUN.
c. Type WINFILE on the Command Line.
d. Select FILE from the top tool bar of the FILE MANAGER.
e. Choose SEARCH (the second choice from the bottom)
Windows 95 users:
a. Choose START from the tool bar.
b. Select FIND, then FILES or FOLDERS
3. Type the following filename on the Named/Search For line: wbible.ini
4. In the "Look In" or "Start From" box, select the hard drive where PC Study Bible was installed (the C: drive for most installations). For example, if PC Study Bible is on Hard Drive C, type: C:\ (or select C: from the drop-down list)
5. Click the FIND NOW or OK button.
6. After a Search Results window pops up, double click the little icon in front of the wbible.ini file that is NOT identified as a "help file".
SPECIAL NOTE: Double-clicking on the file name will bring up a NOTEPAD window. Only change what these instructions tell you to change. Any unnecessary changes or mistakes could render your program inoperable. If you even think you might have made a mistake during this process, DO NOT try to fix it yourself, or try to change it back. Immediately:
- choose FILE from the top tool bar
- click on EXIT
- choose NO on the "Save Changes" question
- re-enter the NOTEPAD window by following the above instructions
To deactivate the CD prompt:
1. Find the section in the file that is labeled [CD ROM].
2. On the line below [CD ROM], remove the drive letter designation after the Drive= statement.
3. The line should now read: Drive= (Remember: If you make a mistake (like deleting a line) follow the above instructions entitled SPECIAL NOTE to correct the problem.)
4. If your version of PC Study Bible is higher than 2.1b, do not complete this step!
- Now locate the [PATH] section.
- Replace any reference to your CD ROM's drive letter with that of your hard drive letter. If "D" is your CD ROM drive, and "C" is your hard drive, all the lines should point to "C:", not "D:".
- Carefully make the necessary changes.
5. Choose FILE from the top tool bar and select EXIT or CLOSE.
6. You will be asked if you want to save changes to the WBIBLE.INI file. Choose YES.
7. You can now close the find/search window, and the File Manager