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Subject:Re: Paradox on Windows 10
Date:Mon, 6 Jan 2020 19:15:36 -0500
From:Kirk Dickinson <>
I got the info from Priestwood. They don't do one time service or tech 
support, only contracts. The minimum contract that I can do is 6 months 
at $224.25/mo. I think my problem is pretty simple for someone who knows 
what they are doing and I don't mind paying $200-300, but I just can't 
see clear to spend $1345.50 for something they can probably fix in 15 

I found a disk here for Wordperfect x3 that has the version 11 on it. 
That version seems to be able to print on the new computer. It crashes 
frequently on my personal workstation, but we will see how it works on 
the new one. At least it can print reports.


  On 1/6/20 4:55 PM, Kirk Dickinson wrote:
> Mark,
> Thanks for the reply. I thought this newsgroup might be dead.
> This is a fresh brand new install on a brand new and updated Windows
> installation on a newly built Risen 5 computer.
> I could reinstall, but have no hope that it will change what is
> happening. I am willing to try to install outside the programs files 
> folder if you think that would help.
> I have other Windows 10 computers here that all throw errors
> occasionally. This new one is the main database info entry machine and
> it crashes constantly. Can not ever even print a report without 
> crashing. I think there is something going on with the 32 bit system 
> interacting with Windows 10.
> I have both 9 and 10 installed on that computer and they both have
> similar errors, but the event manager reports the errors in different 
> dll's.
> I contacted Priestwood Boards for help and it looks like they want me to
> subscribe to an ongoing monthly service plan. Waiting for a
> clarification email.
> Kirk
> On 1/6/20 12:03 PM, Mark Bannister wrote:
>> Paradox 9 should run in win 10.  We are running 11 in win 10.  These 
>> are no typical errors.  I would try to uninstall and re-install.  Also 
>> try installing outside of Program files folder.
>> On 1/6/2020 10:27 AM, Kirk Dickinson wrote:
>>> Not sure if this list is alive any more, but I need help.
>>> Just updated a workstation in my office from Windows 7 to Windows 10. 
>>> It was the last Windows 7 computer here. Built a brand new computer 
>>> and installed everything from scratch. Paradox is highly unstable on 
>>> that computer. The error that I am getting is:
>>> Faulting application name: pdxwin32.exe, version: 9.0.368.0, time 
>>> stamp: 0x3728d7bf
>>> Faulting module name: MSVCRT.dll, version: 7.0.18362.1, time stamp: 
>>> 0x58bec60c
>>> Exception code: 0xc000041d
>>> Fault offset: 0x00089da4
>>> Faulting process id: 0x1034
>>> Faulting application start time: 0x01d5c4a85531d07f
>>> Faulting application path: C:\Program Files\Corel\WordPerfect Office 
>>> 2000\programs\pdxwin32.exe
>>> Faulting module path: C:\Windows\System32\MSVCRT.dll
>>> Report Id: ee04e19b-18a3-4e3f-8f03-2369b71627c3
>>> Faulting package full name:
>>> Faulting package-relative application ID:
>>> I have an app in Paradox that I need to continue to use and need it 
>>> to run reliably. Is there anything I can do to make this work?
>>> I have done some searching on Google and find nothing.
>>> I have searched for MSVCRT.dll errors and nothing that I find seems 
>>> to be of any help.

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