Module files are in the modules directory
If loading files on demand fails to work correctly, check that the modules directory is present. If it is not, perhaps your LispWorks installation is corrupted.
Do not remove any files from the modules directory unless you are really certain they will never be required.
The supplied image contains a trigger which causes
to be set on startup and hence you should not need to change its value. Subsequently saved images do not have this trigger.
LispWorks Release Notes and Installation Guide - 23 Dec 2011