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FW: Re: Mathematica 5.0 notebooks icon gone.

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  • Subject: [mg56475] FW: [mg56448] Re: Mathematica 5.0 notebooks icon gone.
  • From: "E. Martin-Serrano" <EmilioMartin-Serrano at>
  • Date: Tue, 26 Apr 2005 21:52:30 -0400 (EDT)
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-----Original Message-----
From: E. Martin-Serrano [mailto:EmilioMartin-Serrano at] 
To: mathgroup at
Subject: [mg56475] Re: [mg56448] Re: Mathematica 5.0 notebooks icon gone.


Might I do the re-installation?

I was thinking about it but I didn't; just to avoid getting immerse in a
potential change of password procedure. Currently, I am working under
Windows XP SP2, and when I upgraded to Mathematica 5.0, I was under XP SP1
(The same OS for Microsoft, but who knows if the same environment for
Wolfram). I feared this change could affect the Math ID and then the
password, so I didn't. 

-----Original Message-----
From: David Bailey [mailto:dave at] 
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Subject: [mg56475] [mg56448] Re: Mathematica 5.0 notebooks icon gone.

E. Martin-Serrano wrote:
> Hi,
> I have been trying Mathematica 5.1.1 trial version, and got rid of it when
> the trial period expired. But now all my Mathematica 5.0 notebooks look
> "icon-less" (No Mathematica icon at all). Obviously, after uninstalling
> Mathematica 5.1, I reassigned the file type extension "nb" to Mathematica
> 5.0 through the Windows XP thread "Control Panel>Folder Options>File
> = Mathemaica 5.0". Mathematica 5.1.1 does not show up in the Add/Remove
> Programs (installed programs) panel but Mathematica 5.0 does.
> Any help?
> E. Martin-Serrano.
> P.S. 
> BTW, just for Mathgroup followers' info: 
> Due to Wolfram's peculiar license policy, I am unable to upgrade to
> Mathematica 5.1.1 from the place where I currently live, and through the
> very same channels I have been using to upgrade up to now. Wolfram license
> policy considers customers in different regions as different sort of
> customers (or if you prefer, to Wolfram, it is the region, the terrain,
> source of the customer's rights; so, if you move between pieces of land
> any reason (say between US and Europe), even temporarily, then your
> status is changed automatically). In my opinion, this is a Kafkian
> and pretty contradictory with the nature of the Wolfram products
Have you tried re-installing Mathematica 5.0?

David Bailey

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