|Posted on Saturday, September 07, 2002 - 9:08 pm: || |
I have just downloaded the trial version, but everytime I try to use it, it freezes my entire system and I must completely shut down power to my computer. Each time I try to use it the time is shorter before it freezes- even off-line and checking setup. The first time I was able to load a file and it played through seven pages before freezing. Now, I am afraid to even try to load a midi file to try it. What should I do?
Mark Walsen (markwa)
|Posted on Sunday, September 08, 2002 - 12:49 am: || |
Are you using MidiNotate version 4.0.5? You can find out the version number by using the About command in the Help menu.
MidiNotate does not "fit" well on particuarly old computers. How much memory does your computer have? What is its speed? And what version of Windows are you using?
If the above questions don't lead to ansers, then we might explore whether there is a conflict between the installation of MidiNotate and other software on your system.
Sorry MidiNotate is giving you trouble.
|Posted on Sunday, September 08, 2002 - 6:07 pm: || |
Yes, the trial is version 4.0.5. I initially installed it on my desktop which has 256 K memory, is 733 in speed and runs Windows 98SE. I loaded it again today and worked for quite a while before it froze the system. This computer is about two years old.
I have now downloaded the same version to my laptop which is 256K, 1.2 Ghz and Windows XT. I will see if I have any problems on the laptop.
Please let me know if you have any ideas on my desktop with Windows 98SE.
Thanks for the quick answer. It looks like a great program if I can overcome whatever conflicts I have going on.