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  1. yinmin

    yinmin Thread Starter

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    i am trying to run pro engineer on my dell xps 210. i can start the program but when i try to use it, it just vanishes, any ideas please.
     
  2. DaveA

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    Is the machine powerful enough to run the program?

    Have you had this copy installed on a different machine before?

    What version of Pro Engineer do you have?
     
  3. yinmin

    yinmin Thread Starter

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    The copy is widlfire 3, i have it installed on my old dell laptop and it works there all be its very slow.
    This Pc has 4gb ram and a reasonable 3d graphics card a a ATI Radeon X1300pro, i can upgrade this but i am not sure if that is the problem. I cant seem to find a sysyem start up log to see where exactly the program is stopping.
     
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    Have you contacted the OEM of Pro/Engineer and see if they can help, as that is a service that they provide their customers.
     
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