Hi Steve,

I have tried changing the default printer.  It had no effect.

I have also noticed that Protel has slowed down considerably, especially
when opening documents.

Just in case it was of use, I noted the details of the illegal opeation.
There is a general protection fault with a driver called ATI2DRAE.DRV
(OpenGL ATI driver).  I have not fiddled with my display drivers in months,
maybe even years.

This is getting annoying.

Mike.





[EMAIL PROTECTED] on 22/01/2002 11:29:39

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Subject:  Re: [PEDA] Illegal Operation crash


In a message dated 1/22/2002 5:40:28 AM Eastern Standard Time,
[EMAIL PROTECTED] writes:


> I am inclined to say its not the printer drivers if the PCBs print out
OK.
>

I'm not sure I'd make that assumption, as Sch is known to be very fussy
about
print drivers. Just try setting your default system printer to something
else
("generic text printer" maybe) and see if that changes the behavior.

Steve Hendrix







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