When using CorelDraw x5 the program seems to just randomly close, with no error message or freezing. It just disappears from the screen and I have to re-open it. I cannot pin point when it is doing it, because it keeps closing upon random tasks, not like it closes every time I try the same thing like saving.
My program was running fine. I did not use it for a month or so and when I went to use it last week it would not launch. I just got a message that Corel Draw had to stop, do you want to sent an error message etc. I used the disk to try to do a repair, removed the program and reinstalled it a couple of times and still get the same message.
When having photos in CorelDraw, I need to edit them so I right click on the photo and select "Edit Bitmap". I am not too familiar with Photo-Paint, and wonder if I could link to another application (ie photoshop) to make my bitmap changes.
I just recieved my x5 software yesterday and installed it, then tried linking it with the laser software and it will only go so far as to give me 2 icons instead of the 3 it should. On you tube there is a video of how to do this with the x5 program and my ingraving unit (morntech usa). Also I have all security turned off,
I'm trying to Sign In inside CorelDraw X6 using Help->Sign In. A new windows pop up requesting my email and password. I indicate my credentials and click on "Sign in". But then I get this error: "This program cannot display the webpage. Most likely causes:You are not connected to the Internet. The website is encountering problems. There might be a typing error in the address"
But I am connected to internet. If I click on Account settings it works. The main problem that I have is that for any updates I need to Sign in but I get the same error!
I'm working on a document with the necessary combination of bitmap and vector. After importing textures 300dpi (A4/24bit/jpg) the reaction slows down the program significantly, to the inability to continue working in it. Texture takes 40mega while in memory, but in my opinion it is not quite so much, it should not materially affect the normal operation. I am using CDrawX3, I tried to open it in a version 9 or 10. The fastest I came subjectively is CDraw Designer v10. But he still falls.I tried adjusting the amount of RAM for Corel or lower resolution bitmap import at 150 dpi. It's practically the same. It does not even mention the interactive transparency, or weld/trim operation, etc. I think, that the X4 or X5 are the same. Every year new version seems the same old software with the polished exterior. I'm used to work in Corel for technical drawings with lot of combination of bitmaps and vectors but unfortunately it will want to look for something else?
I have tried to install Corel 12 to Windows 7 (x64). Corel 12 refuses to install himself reporting "Internal Error 2738". I tried to solve this problem by re-registering vbscript (recommended for Windows Vista), but with no effect.
Our team is doing program customization in Inventor 2011 that extract drawings based on 3D model. When the program runs and reached the line that has either open, close and save method, Inventor program automatically terminated and “Inventor Send Error Report” appears. When we tried to debug the program and when it reached the line that has either open, close, and save method, we force to exit our customized program but the same case, when it is totally terminated, Inventor program also terminated and “Inventor Send Error Report” appears. When we investigate the problem, we tried several solutions such as setting the active document to new variable, added a method to pause the program for few seconds, etc but still no effect. Our machine is using: Windows XP Pro x64 SP2 Intel Xeon(R), 6 GB RAM Is there a VBA for Inventor that is intended for 64 bit machine? Because I think we use 32 bit VBA in Inventor. What does “Inventor32bitHost.exe” means in task manager? Is there any relation to Inventor VBA?
I'm having a problem with my Corel x6, every time I try to start the application it stuck for a minute or so on the splash screen and then I get error 1 (Try to restarting your computer and then restarting the program).
Working in photopaint . . . all goes well until I try to save or close the file. Then it stops responding. When I try to close CorelDraw, it says that I cannot close it while I have the photo open in Photopaint. However, Photopaint is no longer running. This is new problem since I installed Patch 3.
I recently have installed Corel Draw x5 and everything was working perfectly fine when all of a sudden it stopped opening .cgm files. It will pop up the message of Corel Draw has stopped working and then I click OK and it closes the program. Every other file extension I have tried opens prefectly fine.
Here are a couple of things that I've done so far:
1. Reverted back to a Default Workspace.
2. Closed out all Dockers.
3. Reinstalled entire program and all features. Updated all patches and Clean booted the PC with only MS Services running. (As instructed by Corel Support)
I installed X6 today and when I got to start the program it stops running immediately. When I click on the icon the start up window appears but then freezes on "Creating Application Environment" and then just stops running. I am trying to run x6 on a relatively new hp pavilion g6 laptop.
I just recently installed CS4 on my new computer running Windows 7. Everything I read says that there is no compatibilty issue but when I try to open a file (any file) the program stops working and just closes down... no explanation
I have a 64 bit quadcore with 8 gigs of ram. Ran the program on a 32 bit system using Vista previously with no issues
I have a series of complex shapes that look like solid shapes but they are separated. When I try to auto close, the lines shoot all over the place. The open ends of the lines are physically touching or at least very close.
Can you set a tolerance so that two lines touching each other connect?
How do you updated CS5 extended when you keep getting a message to close the program but the program is already closed? I have tried to do the update when I first turn the computer on, go directly to Photoshop, go to update and click on that, get new screen, close Photoshop, and I still get a message to close the already closed program. I believe I have to open Photoshop to get to the update area, so I don't know how to get around this issue. (I use win8, 64 bit)
I have just installed PSP X5 and have found a couple of problems.
First one is when I close PSP the process still runs for a good 10 minutes afterwards and consumes a lot of system memory. I found this by accident after I closed PSP X5 and then decided to start it again. It wouldn't open until I closed the previous process.
Second, when I start PSP after the splash screen and the program interface appear I have to wait about 1 minute 40 seconds before I can do anything with the program.
how to improve this situation because at the moment I don't consider this acceptable?
I'm running Windows 7 32 bit with 4Gb of RAM, other than browser and email no other big program is running inthe background
Had this installed and working fine for a month or so. Just learning how to use this when today when I went to start it up it would get to the welcome box and just stop. The box was completely blank and the only way to turn the program off was to use the Task Manager to close it down. After reading a few post on similar situations - the advise was to uninstall then reinstall the software. Used the windows uninstaller, afterwards rebooted then tried to re-install.
When I put in the the DVD I get to the screen where I accept the license agreement - scroll to the bottom and check the box to accept - hit next and nothing happens. I checked the services.msc and the Application Experience is started and on automatic.Tried this in the internal and external DVD drive with the same results.