Re: [NTB] Re: Welcome to notetab. Question
- Hi Eduardo,
Please take this subject/thread over to the NoteTab Off Topic
list when you reply. I'm sorry to send you right over there,
but this is an off topic technical problem. TIA
>Thank you for your welcome note.You are most welcome!
>Any file I open with Notebab 4.95 will not display at allHave you tried on a fresh reboot with all other programs closed?
>although it seems that it is open, since the open tab with the
>name of the file appears on the top left.
It could be a resource issue on a 166 Pentium with only 64Mb of
RAM. If rebooting doesn't make a difference then maybe your
riched32.dll is be acting up if you are running NoteTab
Std/Light. If you are in Std/Light I'd try renaming it if the
system will let you to something like: riched32.old.dll It will
be in your System or System32 folder. You'll need to replace it
with the one on your Windows CD looking in the CAB files. What
Windows version, 95/98?
>I just installed the current version over version 4.85 that wasThe worst that could happen is you remove the one you did not
>not behaving well either (it had the same problem). However I
>could not uninstall before installing the newer version. Control
>panel shows now two entries for notetab, one of them says (remove
want to. :) Do you have two copies showing in go to Windows
Explorer (or My Computer)? You can click on the uninstall in
NoteTab's main folder. (If you empty your trash before doing it,
you could simply restore it all if something got "lost."
>I am using it on a Pentium 166 with 64 megs of Ram.I've ran more recent versions of NoteTab Pro on a 266 PII with
64Mb RAM, even NoteTab Pro 4.95, although it struggled a bit
opening and doing tasks. Oh, make sure you try some smaller files
so you can see if it will at least open something.
>Version 4.85 worked well always until it started misbehaving.I told my boy something like that before. :-)
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