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Page 1 of 2 1 2 Last Jump to page: Results 1 to 12 of Cadkey 99 on windows 7 problem. I recently upgraded to a Quad core 2 pc running Windows 7. With the help of previous posts I was able to adjust screen size and cadkdy have circles displayed round and not eliptical.
Thank you for you help on that problem. When moving the cursor it disappears in this area and reappears as the pointer when it exits the drawing area. Cursor tracking still follows the tutoorial cursor though. All other cursor functions seem normal and functional.
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I’ve fadkey running in compatabilty mode and still no improvement. I have an old pentium based laptop that I’ve been using for years to draw, program, and post process files for my Bostomatic I can still use the laptop to do everything I need to do, but the large monitor on the new PC is easier on the these aging eyes for the design and drawing aspect of my projects.
Any ideas on how to resolve this blank portion of the screen caekey greatly appreciated. Thanks, Dan Similar Threads: Sounds like a Video Card caddkey. Are you using a separate video card or the systems video from the mother board?
For the video card make sure you have the latest driver. Does this match the larger monitor? I do get round circles, not eliptical ones with this screen ratio.
I tried loading Cadkey 97 and it will not load due to ” incompatable operating system”. Any ideas on how to fix this problem would be appreciated. Have you tried to use a different aero theme such as windows 7 basic? Right click on the desk top and pick personalize. I have a copy of CK 99 that I could load but that will have to wait until I get back from vacation in two weeks.
I had CK19 on a Win 7 computer and it worked fine right out of the box. I removed it when I went to SSD in replacement of my hard drive. Thank you for you effort in trying to resolve this issue.
Maybe when you get back you can try to duplicate what’s happening. Hope you have a great Vacation. I installed it to C: Then I had to run it with these settings Run as Admin checked. Perhaps your issue is with the video settings. Mine has a vertical cropping setting, could this be your issue? Cross hair still disappears. I’m running Win 7 on a 64 bit system with 8Gigs of ram, Quad core 2 proc.
I’m not that computer savy, but Cadkkey think cadkkey has something to do with the 64 bit system. I’m going to try to disable the 64 bit and see what happens. Thanks for taking the time to help me with this problem. If you have any more ideas on how to fix this problemplease post and I’ll cadksy it a try.
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DJester, I posted this on the Cadkey forum and one user has responded that he had the exact same issue with CK19 on a 64bit system and he was able to fix the problem by running it in Win XP SP3 mode with no other options checked other than to run as administrator. Moldcore, I tried what has been suggested and still have this issue with the cursor disapearing.
However I did notice, if I pull down the top of the frame in the drawing window to the point where the cursor disapears, the cursor reappears in the unused black area as a pointer when moved out of the drawing area.
Thanks to everyone that has tried to help. DJester, I finally got around to installing on my machine and it worked without the problems you had with the cursor. Another user on the Cadkey Forum has responded with an idea that it may be the version of Windows 7 that you are using. I have Windows 7 Ultimate on mine. Home Page Minimum requirements are here: You were right I was running Windows 7 home edition.
It’s almost as though the mouse is running in both the virtual and normal systems at the same time. Thanks again czdkey all your help!! If you have any ideas on the cursor, it would be greatly appreciated.
It runs perfectly fine on my PC. I would try updating windows 7 or try updating the graphics card. Windows 7 should run cadkey 99 with no issue unless your graphics card is not compatibly with the software. We have 5 computers with cadkey 99 and all of our pc are running window 7, no trouble here.
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