Interesting problem with Angry Birds. I've gone part way through the levels but when I restart windows and launch the app all the level progress has been lost and window size default has been reset to full screen just as if I had just installed it fresh.
To fix it, I have to reinstall Intel AppUp over the top of the existing installation, go to "My Apps" and redownload the app. After that, when I run Angry Birds all my levels are restored.
What could be causing this?
Operating System is Windows 7 32bit running on my work domain (I have to approve the installation through the domain administrator account). I do not have this problem on my personal PC at home that is running Windows 7 64bit.
I agree that this is interesting. It appears that you may be losing (on reboot) access/rights to files/folders that contain the level information. You may want to try logging in to your work system and running as admin or a user that has admin rights.
Also, you might want to contact the app developer. For Angry Birds, you can contact the Rovio* support team directly by sending an email to email@example.com.
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i installed angry birds rio a few days go and i happen to have the same scenario. everytime i restart my pc and launch angry birds, i dont get to see all the levels i finished playing. i am on windows 7 starter version. i dont have the intel appup either so what must be wrong?
i saw you posted the below email a few months ago. i have the same scnerio but i dont have intel appup. can u help me fix this?
Please note that the Angry Birds* app is not written or developed by Intel. This app is developed by Rovio* (http://www.rovio.com/). Intel does not have access to the software code for apps and cannot make changes to the app, fix problems with the app, or enhance the app. If the app is not running or you would like to troubleshoot an app issue, please contact the app company. For Angry Birds*, you can contact the Rovio* support team by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
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