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    Default Error msg ... need help

    Sorry to repost but I haven't heard from anyone regarding this issue, either from NOF or the community.

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    Last edited by yoman; 09-06-2017 at 11:12 PM.

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    Anton gave you a list of things to try in response to your last post. Have you tried them? What were the results? If you don't respond to help offered you then you can't complain if there aren't any further response.

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    I have just encountered a similar problem. When I try to run NetObjects Fusion 15 I get the error message “C:\Program Files (x86)\NetObjects\NetObjects Fusion 2015\T2HTML.dll is either not designed to run on Windows or it contains an error” Can anyone advise a solution please?

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    What operating system are you using - it is more a windows error by the sound of it.
    Was it a clean install of NOF 2015 or an upgrade?
    Has NOF 2015 run successfully before you had this message?
    What happens if you Run as Administrator?

    Let's go through some of these checks before suggesting a re-install.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gprit View Post
    What operating system are you using - it is more a windows error by the sound of it.
    Was it a clean install of NOF 2015 or an upgrade?
    Has NOF 2015 run successfully before you had this message?
    What happens if you Run as Administrator?

    Let's go through some of these checks before suggesting a re-install.
    Hi, Many thanks for the prompt response, I'm using:

    Now running Windows 10; I purchased in 2016 and may have been running Windows 8.1 at the time.
    It was and upgrade from Fusion Essentials 14.
    It did run fine and I got my website up and running without issue. I went to review some of the settings and found that I could no longer run NOF 15 (it's probably over a year since I attempted to run NOF15.
    I run as Administrator.

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    Windows 10 updates can often break old software that was not designed for Win10 such as Nof15

    to solve:
    uninstall Nof (make sure you have the installation file and serial)
    empty the Temp folder C:\Users\Your Account Name\AppData\Local\Temp
    disable any antivirus program
    install latest java 32bit www.java.com
    install Nof
    install update1 http://netobjects.com/html/downloads.html
    exclude all three Nof folders from the antivirus programs
    https://www.videoproductions.com.au/...exclusions.png
    right click desktop icon and tick to run as admin

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    Quote Originally Posted by antonsvideo View Post
    Windows 10 updates can often break old software that was not designed for Win10 such as Nof15

    to solve:
    uninstall Nof (make sure you have the installation file and serial)
    empty the Temp folder C:\Users\Your Account Name\AppData\Local\Temp
    disable any antivirus program
    install latest java 32bit www.java.com
    install Nof
    install update1 http://netobjects.com/html/downloads.html
    exclude all three Nof folders from the antivirus programs
    https://www.videoproductions.com.au/...exclusions.png
    right click desktop icon and tick to run as admin
    Hi Anton,
    I originally downloaded the NOF files from the remote server and I appear not to have permission to download the software again. So if I uninstall I will have to repurchase the NOF software - seems a bit unfair.
    P.S. is it worth going through the process you outlined above without uninstalling NOF?

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    for going forward, it is a bad idea not to save/backup your software installers

    yes, try all my steps without uninstalling, maybe you are just missing the 32 bit version of java or your hidden temp is full with 1000s of files

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    Hi Anton,
    No luck. Went through the process twice; only non conformity is that 1 file in Temp does not delete (assume it is the current running temp file) and I could only find 2 Fusion15.exe files for exclusion in my anti-virus software. I tried run the NOF software using Windows compatibility test for windows 8 & 7 without success.
    I'll have to check how to save or backup installers for future downloads.
    If I've missed something please let me know but many thanks for taking the time and effort to provide the assistance and advise; I'm sure it will be helpful to others.

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    one Nof folder is in program files x86
    one Nof folder is in Public Documents
    one Nof folder is in Documents

    if you send me an email, I send you the full installer of Nof15 as long as you have the serial

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