Try with a simple vector file to see if the problem comes from there. When you
say "reset" do you mean you formated the hard drive and reinstalled windows?
If not, then you could have a conflict between old version of Qgis and the new
one. I would look on the net on how to do a complete uninstall of Qgis erasing
registry keys and all plugin folders (.qgis) for all users on your computer.
If that is not it, give us more info on the file format you are using.
> Le 1 oct. 2016 à 18:31, Michelle Barany [via OSGeo.org]
> <ml-node+s1560n5288913...@n6.nabble.com> a écrit :
> I am currently using QGIS 2.16.3 on my Windows 7 Sony VAIO. Since a few days
> ago I had to reset my computer due to a internet explorer error. So I reset
> the computer and downloaded the QGIS from your main site, the QGIS Standalone
> installer version 2.16 (64 bit). I allowed my antivirus to install the
> program and the program installed perfectly. After that, I opened the project
> that I was working on, before the explorer error, I toggle editing a
> polygonal layer, and press the add feature tool. As soon I try to add a new
> polygon to the layer the program stops working and start to say QGIS not
> responding. I can't keep working on my project because of this. I already
> tried uninstall and installing again the QGIS. But the problem persist. I
> need help. Please could someone can help me? I just need to the program to
> work so I could working on my graduate project.
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