Launching New configuration has encountered error

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I have Adobe AIR installed on one of my MAC OS X 10.4. I have been using it successfully. I changed a few settings on my Adobe AIR application recently.

Now when I try to start my application, it comes up with an error message that it cannot load the latest configurations.



‘Launching New_configuration’ has encountered a problem.

Accept timed out

I am not sure how I can revert back to the regular default settings.

Can anyone help me with this error message?

Best Answer by Sharath Reddy
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Launching New configuration has encountered error



This error message launching new configuration has encountered a problem and it accept time out means it has an internal error.

Here's my answer to this, this only occur when the isCOBOL library is failing when it launch the configuration classpath tab because of invalid path and or filename.

To fix this problem, edit the launch configuration and clickonthe Class path tab. You should set the isCOBOL library field and set it to the correct path and file name. You should clear the field value and set it to allow the IDE to use the isCOBOL runtime build to include it with IDE.

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Launching New configuration has encountered error


If you have changed some of the settings in Adobe AIR, try changing it back to what it was before. Maybe the customization you made is not compatible and made the application unstable. If changing the settings is already not possible because the program is not opening, try uninstalling and then reinstalling the software to automatically restore its configuration back to default. If reinstalling it did not solve the problem, try upgrading Adobe AIR if you are not using the latest version. Adobe AIR 3.1 is the latest release and is already available for download at You can also get Adobe AIR when downloading Adobe Reader X 10.1.2.

You may also try checking your computer for any possible errors. Use a disk utility application to check the system. For a much thorough diagnostics on the system use a disk utility application like Norton SystemWorks or PC Tools Performance Toolkit.

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