I opened the mmp file with a text editor and removed the following lines.  Seems to be fixed. (emailed the author with the attachment).

<track muted="0" type="6" name="Automation track">
      <automationpattern name="Numerator" pos="0" len="192">
        <time value="4" pos="0"/>
        <object id="1989959"/>
      <automationpattern name="Denominator" pos="0" len="192">
        <time value="4" pos="0"/>
        <object id="2039707"/>
      <automationpattern name="Tempo" pos="0" len="192">
        <time value="10" pos="0"/>
        <object id="1071502"/>
      <automationpattern name="Master volume" pos="0" len="192">
        <time value="100" pos="0"/>
        <object id="3684487"/>
      <automationpattern name="Master pitch" pos="0" len="192">
        <time value="0" pos="0"/>
        <object id="4875345"/>

On Thu, Apr 26, 2012 at 5:39 PM, EAR <electronicacidrock@comcast.net> wrote:
The tempo changes to the default 140 even though it was set first at 200. Even when you change it back, it still goes back to the default. Any ideas to fix this. WinXP updated, configured for music recording. Other things have gone wrong & rebuilt music project just to solve the problem but this wrong tempo went back to default. Used LMMS for an album which worked ok & found workarounds but that's standard on PC recording. Great program & have created some wild songs but not sure how to solves this one? Please help. I'm at a point of missing the deadline for early May but that's alright, I've missed deadlines before.

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