Re: Turbocad V10.2 will not work with Windows Vista basic
Well, turbocad deluxe 10 is NOT compatible with vista. Here is the compatibility list :
64 MB RAM (128 MB recommended)
55-212+ MB hard-disk space
64 MB of swap space
Super VGA (1024 x 768) display
High Color (16 bit) graphics card
4x CD-ROM drive with 32 bit drivers
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Well, in the very basic sense, some of the default Windows maintenance programs have a few added functions if you run them from the command line. For example, Defragmenter can be made to defragment boot files for optimization or a variety of other specialty commands.
For optimization of the installation process, you can use a command line to repartition a USB drive as NTFS and clone a Windows install disk by giving the partition boot permissions. This is simple in the command line but would require downloading and installing a third party program to set it up in a GUI.
Some solid state drive options, such as TRIM support, are only flaggable in the command line, and TRIM is a protocol very much necessary for the smooth operation of SSDs. Hard drive functioning and indexing can be controlled at the command line level in ways that are more complex than the simple options in the Windows GUI.
Aside from the task scheduler, a variety of small scripts can be devised in the command line to eliminate small time consuming tasks such as file renaming.
Learning to use the command line is a valuable skill for any computer enthusiast.
First I would Click Start/Programs/Accessories and you are looking for the RUN command. Sometimes depending on your operating system you will see it as soon as you hit Start or Programs or All Programs. Once you get the run commad open type in "msconfig.exe" and click ok. This is the system's configuration window, Click the Tab that says Startup. The only two columns you are concerned with is the Startup Item column and the Command column. You can expand those two columns by placing your mouse pointer between two columnar headings and it will turn into a + sign so you can drag the column to see more of it. Notice that all the items have a check mark beside it under the Startup Item column. That check mark means that this application will run everytime you start your computer. Now look for items that have a check mark beside them but there is nothing under the command column or location column. If you see that remove the check mark from the item, it's a virus that's trying to hide. Also look for Startup Items that have the command of: c:\Documents and Setting\Your Userid Account Name\Local Settings\Application Data\xxxxxxx . If after application data you don't see some recognizable program then remove the check mark. Most virus attach itself to a user account under the local settings and application data area. Also if you see a startup item "dumprep 0-k" or similar, remove the check mark from it. *** Don't worry about if you remove a check mark from something you are unsure of, you can always go back in and place the check mark on it. When done click Ok and select the option to Exit Without Restart. This simply stops the virus from being able to get started when you boot your computer. You will actually have to kill it with a virus protection scan in the next steps.
Now you can then run your virus protection scans to make sure you don't have a virus causing the problem. I would take the time to run Spybot Search & Destroy and also I would Run AVG afterwards. In fact after spybot search and destroy finishes, I would turn my computer off, then turn it back on and immediately start hitting the F8 key repeatedly until you see the SAFE MODE option. Select Safe Mode and let your system boot up then run AVG in Safe Mode. AVG running in safe mode will not require any intervention from you once it gets started. However it will look a little different to you because the normal GUI Interface will not be there, instead you will have a Black DOS type window running will white letters scrolling as it scans. 99% of the viruses require the Internet Connection to function. As long as the internet connection is active the virus can function, hide and do all sorts of things. Remember you got the virus by some process of being on the internet. SAFE MODE disables the Internet so the virus cannot function or hide. Let AVG seek it out and kill it in SAFE MODE.
You are probably missing a private library on the new computer, or have an incomplete installation of Access. Then simple functions like Date() or Trim() don't work, or user defined functions in a private library cannot be found. Your access project probably uses a special library that needs to be copied to the new computer, and it needs to be properly referenced by the Access project. To see what libraries an Access project has referenced, open any code window (e.g. press Ctrl+G), and choose References from the Tools menu. If a library is marked MISSING, click the Browse button, and locate the correct file for the library. The table below lists the files for the crucial libraries of your version of Access. If the library is not even shown, you may need to re-register it. Click the Windows Start button, and choose Run. Enter regsvr32 followed by the full path of the library file. Include quotes if the file name contains spaces, e.g.: regsvr32 "c:program filescommon filesmicrosoft shareddaodao360.dll" Occasionally, the problem is not solved until you unregister the library and re-register it. Uncheck the missing library in Access. Close Access. Issue this command, and then the one above to re-register it: regsvr32 -u "c:program filescommon filesmicrosoft shareddaodao360.dll" Re-register it (as above). Open Access, and select the library reference again.
Usually with Eltron and Zebra printers all you have to do is turn the power off, change the print head, turn the power back on and re run your software to get the forms to reload. If you miss any of these steps you will run into trouble.
As long as the labels didn't get moved, it should work once you restart your computer and re run the software you print your labels with.
You can try using the windows driver for a generic 3 button or wheel mouse. That may require that you go to control panel system hardware and then find your mouse then select update driver and pick one of the generic or microsoft drivers that have the same functions. The problem may show up when you reboot and windows tries to reload the original driver.
First go to recovery console. try this command after the command prompt.
Last line should be:
Expand the file from the CD.
if this doesnt work try to run CHKDSK /R. if you get any error while running checkdisk repair you will need a hard drive replacement.