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Post Tue Oct 16, 2012 9:56 am

Program 'Not Responding'

Hi, not being that clever with PC's as we're predominantly MAC based I'm getting this message while using our RIP program with the printer.
It runs real slow when importing artwork and/or resizing, rotating, moving etc.

Any pointers as to how to solve this?

Cheers, a numpty (where PC's are concerned!!)
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Post Tue Oct 16, 2012 1:49 pm

Hi Neil I'm a Mac user myself PC likes to take it's time and it's same as application freezing in Mac Pc gives your not responding at the top menu sometimes if you allow it more time to catch up your program won't crash it would help if any other programs are not running at same time also if you have 8gb ram minimum helps :)
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Post Tue Oct 16, 2012 2:10 pm

oh dear... so many things it could be... we need to know a bit more about the setup mate and software?

Not responding appears a lot more in Windows 7 type PC's as the processor has more cores, so it has time to write up a window saying Not Responding.

I dont get it with Onyx or Wasatch rips
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Post Wed Oct 17, 2012 8:40 am

Hi Nancy, I don't get this problem using Parallels on our mac and we only use parallels to run our Edge and our Estimate program.

This is our PC that runs the printer. that keeps giving us this message

Dave, it's Windows 7 Pro and our RIP is Ergosoft Posterprint 14. We don't run any other programs on it tho we do have Flexisign installed but rarely open.

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