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Updating 2007 infopath/Sharepoint to 2010 Infopath/Sharepoint

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We have a 2007 infopath html form on SharePoint 2007

Sharepoint and Office have both been upgraded to 2010

I found instructions here http://www.tcscblog.com/2011/09/05/upgrade-infopath-2007-to-2010/ on updating forms to Infopath 2010.

I did the upgrade.

When I view the form though (using Infopath, haven't tried it via sharepoint yet) I get the following error:
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An error occurred in the form's rules or code. The number of rule actions or the number of calls to the OnAfterChange event for a single update in the data exceeded the maximum limit.

The rules or code may be causing an infinite loop. To prevent this, ensure that the rule action or event handler does not update the data which causes the same rule action or event handler to execute.
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This was working fine in the 2007 environment

I tried some web searching, but nothing obvious,

My Infopath knowledge is very limitted. How do I fix this?

Thank you
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Some where in the code you are setting a value or doing some thing in the on after change event which is calling infinite times

http://parkercomputing.wordpress.com/2010/04/21/how-to-prevent-infopath-infinite-loops-on-event-handlers/
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