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Old October 14th, 2005, 05:39 AM
tonyjuell tonyjuell is offline
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canīt open my microeditor

Hello!
My computer has crashed so a had do reinstall
win98.
Now i cant open the microeditor.
itīs just flash for a second and then return to windows.
Do i need som drivers for the crystalcard or ???
I only have one cd with microeditor 5.4.0.0 and micro cd
Please nead help.
I have a many productions on the disk

Tony Juell
Juell Records
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tony@skaneton.com
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Old October 17th, 2005, 02:07 PM
Rich LePage Rich LePage is offline
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Many times this indicates and IRQ conflict for Krystal.
Is the card in the same slot as it was previously?
Even if so, can you reserve an interrupt for that slot in your BIOS?
If so, do that-- it might have been set up that way previously
and if you cleared the BIOS in re-setting up, that may be the problem.

If that doesn't work, try another slot. What you want is one where
the m/board resources (onboard stuff like net interfaces, onboard audio
or whatever) do not conflict. Many m/boards I've tried result in only
one or 2 slots being able to run Krystal successfully with Win 98.


Hope it helps, good luck with it.

Rich LePage
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