|Subject:||Re: Computer Hardware
|Date:||Sat, 22 Jun 2019 09:28:06 -0400
|From:||"Steven Green" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
there might be something to that.. the network I'm mentioning, we do the
installs directly, logged in as the users
Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, USA
Collectibles and Memorabilia
Vintage Lego Sets and Parts
- and Paradox support, too
"Mark Bannister" wrote in message
I've got one win10 computer that runs pdox like a champ. Hardly ever
has memory issues. It was the same way when it was running win7. It
only has 8GB or RAM. It does have dual processors. BDE settings are
Compared to my system that used to run pdox great before I had to
rebuild it. It has 24GB, dual processors and I'm using Jan's memory
manager (which does help btw).
The only difference I just noticed is that on the one that works, you
don't have to give elevated access to run the BDE. Not sure how or why
that happened. It's installed in theory like all the rests using the
handy installer floating around.
On 6/20/2019 8:08 AM, Steven Green wrote:
> I'm supporting a win10 newtwork, about 30 users, all p10.. the way the
> stupid app was built, there are about 400 table and index files open at
> once, all day, all getting beat on by everyone at once, all day.. I have
> to shut them down and rebuild tables way more of than than I'd like, but
> it's still kinda remarkable that it works.. crashes aren't an issue
> there's gonna be something they have in common.. how they were configured
> or upgraded, which part of the system they're running on, which printers
> are installed, which processes they run.. something
> did see one interesting tidbit the other day.. they installed office
> 365/2019 on a machine, and paradox stopped sending emails.. somebody got
> the idea that, instead of calling me, maybe paradox needed to be installed
> with compatibility mode, and they chose XP.. paradox stopped seeing the
> network drives
> Steven Green
> Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, USA
> Collectibles and Memorabilia
> Vintage Lego Sets and Parts
> - and Paradox support, too
> "Mark Bannister" wrote in message
> Is there any indication that newer versions of Paradox work better?
> We are upgrading to win10 from win7 and paradox issues are not better
> (and much worse on some computers).
> On 5/2/2019 8:20 AM, Mark Bannister wrote:
>> I seem to have issues with some computer hardware running Pdox9 with Win
>> 7. Seems random as to which computer runs Pdox OK and which ones seem to
>> crash Pdox and get "too many files" errors and other memory issues.
>> What kind of minimum hardware does everyone suggest?
>> Mark B