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PSP X3 - tried it - removed it!


ellis rowell 10 2.0k United Kingdom
20 Aug 2010 1:45PM
Oh the joy of having a "free" OS and software, I'm glad I made the change. Even plugging the camera in with a USB cable, it works as another HDD. There's always a drawback though, Canon Pixma printers and flatbed film scanners don't work (at least I haven't got them to work, although some have).

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Quote:I still prefer the JASC version 8 to any of the Corel products, it works so much faster for me
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Have you downloaded the patch to v8.10 from the Corel site. If not, I recommend that you do.
jas
21 Aug 2010 12:17PM
The patch will not install but as the program has never given any trouble, it's not a problem.
If the patch will not install then you have downloaded the wrong language program.

Try downloading the "US English" version not the "English International"
22 Aug 2010 12:19AM
That one failed too, but never mind, it reinstalled itself back to 8.01. I'm of the opinion that if it ain't broke...don't fix it.
I've looked at the list of things it's supposed to fix, I've not suffered from any of them, but thanks for the advice anyway Smile
I found that the patch only installed the first time I activated it.

If I tried to install the patch a second time (after a re-install of PSPv8) then I had to download the patch again.

The problem that I had with the base version was that occasionally the file wouldn't re-save after working on it - which was most frustrating!

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