you may have walked right into the bug related to 'invalid' or
unconnected printer

i have seen this make schematics impossible to open
not sure of course if this is your problem, it should work smoothly
are you trying to open the example schematics ?

Dennis Saputelli


Mira wrote:
> 
> Hello,
> 
> I'm new to Protel and Protel doesn't know me either.
> If you have seen a child to open a door, you can
> imagine what I'm trying to do now.
> 
> I have a project with a schematic and a PCB. I simply
> want to take a look at them. There was no problem to
> open the PCB, while opening the schematic seems not
> that easy. It takes... minutes and always ends up with
> "Protel is not responding".
> I heard you about "rebooting" often and I did so.
> Once... twice... How many times do I have to repeat
> this?
> Should I use magic words "Sezam, open the door"?
> 
> Thanks,
> Mira
> 
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