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Turbocad V10.2 will not work with Windows Vista basic

When I run the program it crashes all the time and some commands and functions are missing. The offset command (crucial) cannot be found.

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  • Katman01 Feb 08, 2008

    OS = XP Sp2. When I try to run TC 10.2, it crashes and the program closes. It doesn't matter if I try to start new or open a previous file (it did work at one time). I also have TC 6 and it runs just fine, except, of course, it will not open the drawings made with 10.2. I have unistalled TC10.2 completely and then reinstalled and still have the problem.

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Well, turbocad deluxe 10 is NOT compatible with vista. Here is the compatibility list : Windows 98/Me/NT4/2000/XP Pentium-class PC 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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