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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The error you seem to get refers to the registration part of the install (obviously) ... this is usually not a problem and the fact that it has popped up speaks ill of the program. I am assuming you are indeed an administrator on this computer and as such you have the 'right' to install programs?
Posted on Nov 12, 2009
I have seen this under XP SP3. The following solved the problem for me.
Install Corel 8 from the CD. Reboot.
Get the 369 and 433 upgrades from the Corel FTP site. (Those upgrades are no longer available on the web site, but there is a pointer to the FTP site on the "Updates and Patches" page).
Apply the 369 patches. Doesnt matter what version the CD is -- the patches check to see if they need to be applied. Reboot.
Apply the 433 patches. Reboot.
Start the XP Compatibility tool. Make the settings for PhotoPaint and Draw "Windows 2000", "No XP Themes." Reboot
Posted on Apr 15, 2010
SOURCE: I'm running Corel Draw 9
You can try creating a new workspace from whatever you get into after all the
error messages on startup and use that as your default workspace.
Tools -> Options -> Workspace -> New ... name it -> Set as current
There may be something else if you're using XP and NOT an administrator account. Your settings then should be transferred from the administrator's settings folder to yours with the same names and everything (something in Document and Settings folder under whatever name you chose during WinXP installation).
Posted on May 18, 2011
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