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I tried running a script and my client froze, so restarted the laptop. 
Now the client is saying I cannot be running more than 1 script without being VIP, though no process is stuck in the background (obvious as I did a hard reboot), so think something might be stuck somewhere else? But not sure.

Thanks
 

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This is caused by a ghost instance.

Because the client was terminated abruptly, the server was not notified when you closed the script, and it appears like you are still running it. You will need to wait 30 minutes.

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