Painter 7 problem (tiles:out of tiles)

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    Unhappy Painter 7 problem (tiles:out of tiles)

    For some reason my Painter 7 worked fine on my old comp, but when I upgraded to a newer, far better (not to mention more expensive) it simply will not work. When i open painter 7 i get an error saying "tiles: out of tiles" with an OK button at the bottom, i click the button and the same window pops up. And the thing stays frozen, not to mention it maxes out my computers processes. I use photoshop and it has no problems what so ever, it dosnet strain my comp in the least, but Painter... it kills it. Anyone know what this might be?

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    Hi-

    I had the same error and after many hours of searching I figured out the problem. There was a conflicting program that I installed called Plaxo. For some reason it installs components that disagree with Painter. I removed the program and everything works fine. You will want to look back and see if there is anything you may have installed that causes Painter to error. Hope that helps.

    Greg

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    online portfolio: http://www.gregpro.com
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