It has been recommended to me on these Forums- and I have passed on the recommendation in a few Posts- to use the IoBit UnInstaller utility to completely remove a program (such as the early, faulty versions of TurboCAD version 19, esp. the 64-bit version).
Be aware: By selecting- within the IoBit UnInstaller program/procedure- to remove Registry entries can cause system problems. I have just recently been experiencing some printer (muliple installed printers- physical printers, as well as .pdf and fax printers) issues, and after diagnosing and trying to remedy the issue for the past few hours, have come to discover that it was when I chose to remove all Registry entries of a particular "printer" (FinePrint), I screwed up all my printer Driver associations- as far as Windows is concerned.
I was able to use Windows System Restore and get everything back to working order.
Just be careful using IoBit UnInstaller, is all I'm trying to communicate here.
« Last Edit: October 02, 2012, 03:14:14 PM by Alvin Gregorio »
Intermittent TurboCAD user since yr. 2000 (ver6.5). No formal CAD Training.
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