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UFT 3.0 And Still getting FOXPRO ERRORS
Posted by: Robert Hanley (ID *****0522) Date: October 29, 2003 at 04:36:14
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Many moons ago when I had UFT Ver. 2.8, Win 95, life was good. Then was when I had about 350MHZ, and again, life was good. Slow, but good. Then I moved on to Win 98, Win 98SE, and upgraded to 800MHZ, and I experienced the problems with too much speed for UFT to function properly. Along came the FOXPRO patch, and all was good in UFT again. Then I got VER 3.0, and installed. I never did anything to remove FOXPRO, but 3.0 was supposed to eliminate the need. I did note that FOXPRO always flashed in the bottom line on the computer whenever I started UFT. Obviously the program still recognized it somehow. I now have a new computer, upgraded to WIN XP, and an even speedier processor. I am once again faced with old problems when I try to create a Family Journal, converted to RTF and WORD. It goes through all the compilations, then moves on with the entire images being matched with the names. At that point I get a FOXPRO ERROR. I actualy have set the PD.INI TimeOUT to 28 seconds, and still blow up. I have nearly 14,000 people, 800 images, and can no longer get a Family Journal converted to WORD format so that I can print the nearly 4,000 pages of data. HELP PLEASE !!!!!


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