After installing databecker pdf producer, my computer is not converting any type of files into pdf, I've been really carefull, and even compare the settings with a classmate that has the same software installed. His works, and mine even after I choose the pdf driver gives a printer document error. It is frustrating, I'll really apreciate any input in this matter.Thanks:
I have installed PDF producer on Windows XP but in trying to convert documents to PDF from Word,Excel etc etc by going to Print and then usually(on previous computer) it goes to a page that allows you to save as a pdf rather than actually print it comes up with a "failed to print" balloon.
Frustrating as the documents print OK on my Samsung dedicated printer as normal/standard documents.
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Successfully reloaded my PDF Producer in Win 7 environment. Key - need to skip autorun file and run in troubleshooting/compatibility mode using administrator permission.
Insert the CD and open with explorer. Move to the setup directory and run setup.exe in troubleshooting mode. Accept default to use win XP model and let the installer run. It took several minutes for the install screens to sort themselves out and begin the process, so give it enough time to figure out your OS and antivirus environment.
Option 1: You can purchase the "Final Uninstaller" a system utility to remove the unwanted software ie incompatible to your new OS or
Option 2: Delete the Folder from the program files and use the registry cleaner to clean the remnants.
You may need to upgrade your product. I see PDF Professional 4 is Win7 compatible on the company's web site. The Windows Compatibility Center doesn't list the product.
Alternatively, you could install the older version in a computer with XP (either a dual-boot or virtual computer). If you have Win7 Pro or Ultimate, you can run the XP mode (two programs to download and install from Microsoft). Otherwise you'll need a valid product key for XP. You may need to place files on external media to transfer them from the real computer to the virtual one and back.
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