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Hi,

 

I've just made a modification to an indicator in MQL4 and then MT4 seemed to crash. I then couldn't restart it. The busy icon was wurring away but then nothing happened. I restarted my computer a few times but still nothing. Then after about 7 mins and whilst I'm typing this it has just popped up.

Any ideas what happened there? Is there a lock after a crash?

 

Thanks

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update.....MT4 did open however it said not responding and I had to force it to close. Any ideas guys and gals?

 

Cheers,

 

Ed

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@EdFuk,  try this thread for help tips, you will need to get mt4 open to delete the indicator causing the conflict.

If worst comes to the worst and you need to uninstall mt4 don't click the 'delete personal data' box, you may be able to save it, but if the problem is still present on a reinstall you will need to uninstall again and tick the box and start again after a complete wipe.

 

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Or you could try start the metaeditor and try open data folder from there

C > program (x86) > IG Metatrader > Metaeditor

and in metaeditor click on files > open data folder > indicators

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Thanks all, I tried what you suggested an it sorted the problem out. Many thanks

 

 

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