The normal driver is not compatible with "Corel Drawer" It prints the figures in the wrong position Should be like this----- 2------ & prints like this _____ 2_____
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Before you install any driver into a windows 7 computer, you should use troubleshoot compatibility. It will allow you to choose on what type of Operating system you would like your program to run with. Right click the icon of your program installer then choose troubleshoot compatibility afterwards. Maybe, it's because of the incompatibility of your driver. Reply back if it still does not work:D
Hey man, I feel you pain. I have windows 7 now too (64 bit) and CPE4 is giving me exactly the same problem. I can do everything except open my brush drawer, or acess my recently used brushes/favorite brushes.
I've been looking for a solution for days. I'll post here again if i find something.
if you changed your operating system to Vista or Windows 7 there may be a compatibility issue. try to see if there is by a driver update from Corel. Also try to enable the compatibility mode by clicking on the program and checking properties and running the compatibility mode.
Start "Help" within Vista.
Search for "Compatibility Wizard".
Launch this wizard.
Tell it that you have a "Windows XP" application that you want to install.
Point the wizard to the CD-ROM containing the software.
Install the software.
Now, when the software runs, Vista will create a "virtual XP" system, that will run the XP-only software.
Assuming it installed correctly from the disk/s...You can go to the directory where the program resides, usually c:/program files/ <program name>
Find the program directory and look for the main program executable or startup program. Right click on it and select the tab for compatibility, then check the box for run this program to run in compatibility mode for windows xp sp2. That may work for you.
Your best bet would likely be to right click on the shortcut you use to open it and left click properties. Next, select the compatibility tab and and check run this program in compatibility mode for: either Windows 2000 or Windows XP SP2 from the dropdown menu. Hope this helps.