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Not a very helpful error message is it?

Do you have the CD for it? I would try reinstalling or repairing it.

Try clicking on see what the error report contains there maybe something in there.

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Not a very helpful error message is it?

Do you have the CD for it? I would try reinstalling or repairing it.

Try clicking on see what the error report contains there maybe something in there.

i have reinstalled it many times, even formatted my pc and reinstalled the application but no use, i have tried in 2k xp and vista also

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For us to see your picture, next to "Post Quick Reply" button is "Go Advanced". Click it and here you can attach the picture to your reply.

Is it a full version or a trial version? Maybe the trial date has past and will not allow you to enter the program?

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no help at all is it waste of asking here

Well I took the time to look your picture at Imagehost ;)
Well, that's an error usually produced by a graphic device driver
such as NVidia. The memory got an access violation. You have to
update the device driver.
This you can do for NVidia here: NVidia Drivers
However don't forget to uninstall the older driver first in device manager in system properties (control panel).
If this doesn't help: disable the error report service.
Type in run box: services.msc
Find "Error Service". Shutdown and deactivate it.
If this doesn't help then perform a Memory Check:
Free Mem Check
If your memory is faulted, then you have to contact your computer
manufacturer.

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What version is it. Is it an old version originally designed for Windows 98 which souldn't make any difference because I use Animagic for Win98 asnd it still works.

One solution is = in display settings - set your screen resolution to 1024 x 768 at 32bit color

Also,
Start > Control Panel > System > Advanced = Disable Error reporting "but notify me if an error occurs"

occurs"

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