Error with Card Studio 2012 Deluxe

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I recently installed Card Studio 2012 Deluxe.

The installation went well but when running it, an alert pops up with error “An Unexpected error has occurred and the program must close".

I am running Windows Vista 32-bit PC.

Do you have any idea on this issue? 

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Best Answer by Sharath Reddy
Answered By 0 points N/A #126161

Error with Card Studio 2012 Deluxe

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Please check the system requirements of the program that you are installing if it is compatible with the system you are using right now.

And please check your installer if its good (if it is a downloaded file there may be some data that has not been downloaded or there is some data that is not transferred or the cd that you are using has scratches that can cause the dvd-rom to have problems in reading the data from the cd).

And make sure your hard drive is still good, and update your antivirus maybe some viruses are causing the error. 

 

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Error with Card Studio 2012 Deluxe

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I think there is no problem with operating system compatibility. Windows Vista is pretty much supported by Nova Development Hallmark Card Studio Deluxe 2012. The product’s system specifications do not mention anything about the 32-bit or 64-bit version compatibility so that means it will run on both versions.

This application requires at least a Pentium 4 processor or higher. It requires a minimum of 512 MB RAM installed on the computer. It would be better if you have more RAM installed for a much efficient computing. Nova Development Hallmark Card Studio Deluxe 2012 can be installed on a computer that has Windows XP, Windows Vista, or Windows 7 running on it.

Since you are encountering an “unexpected error” when launching the program, try uninstalling and then reinstalling the application. This will restore its configurations back to default. If after doing this the problem was not fixed, uninstall it completely then check your computer for any possible errors.

Use a disk utility application to check the system. For a much thorough diagnostics on the system, use a disk utility application like Norton Utilities or PC Tools Performance Toolkit. Install the application again afterwards and then try if it will work this time.

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