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I have experienced similar issues after installing Office 365 suite. Proved it by un/re installing both programs in a test environment. Everytime Office went in, PDox had printer change issues. Now I have to close PDox client, change printer, and reopen client software. Win 8.1/PDox7/32
Just thought I would stop by and say hi to everyone. Been away a long, long time. But I'm back now, and I hope to be coming in from time to time as I have decided to use Paradox as a desktop utility. Who knows? Maybe it will grow on me (again).
after upgrading OS from Win7 to Win 10, I can't upgrade BDE configuration.
I reinstalled Paradox.
I can open BDE Administrator, been set compatibility with XP SP3, but after having set new parameters and click on "Apply", the application doesn't work (I have to stop it from Task Manager).
Paradox was printing a few weeks back, it was probalby an auto windows update that overwrote my good printer driver. I have two computers that run paradox, one has windows 10 and the other is windows 8. The windows 10 machine has no problem printing to my one printer. However the windows 8 machine does not print to the same printer ? Access and other software prints, just Paradox will not, it crashes.
new problems for me with windows 8, my copy of paradox seems to no n longer want to connect to my printer and the program shuts down when I try to use. All other programs still print, just not paradox 11. I also get An App Crash note of Paradox32.exe. 32 bit computer ? when I try to print. can someone point me in the direction to fix.
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I recently installed Paradox 11 and encountered this problem as well. It seems easy to fix under Windows 8 (and, presumably, 10). I found the registry cleaner under the startup tab in the Task Manager and just disabled it from there and everything now seems to work fine. But I also have machines running Windows 7 and it seems much more problematic here - the startup progams are not listed in the startup directory and Pdxregcl does not show up in the startup folder. So - I ran a search, found the two files and manually deleted them. Unfortunately, when I did this, Paradox would no longer run and I had to reinstall.
That's interesting....you would think people would flock to Classic Shell after having been jacked around by Windows 8/8.1 - different strokes for different folks I suppose.
The Windows 10 Start Menu has a lot of Windows 8/8.1 in it - Microsoft didn't completely back down on that. The Windows 10 control panel is completely different and confusing. At least the control panel from Windows 8/8.1 was simiiar to its predecessors! Oh well, for what it is worth at least Windows 10 is free to Windows 7/8/8.1 users.
Microsoft is trying to create an all unifying app ecosystem with Windows 10 - seems like a good idea, but it is still facing headwinds with the likes of iOS and Android to be sure. Time and the marketplace will determine the fate of Windows 10.