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Anybody with Vista experiencing this or knew of a solution please HELP. Whenever I switch to layout mode; Filemaker seems to hand (For less than a Second not like XP forever) and then Vista force


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Anybody with Vista experiencing this or knew of a solution please HELP.

Whenever I switch to layout mode; Filemaker seems to hand (For less than a Second not like XP forever) and then Vista forces it to close... no way or work around it. It i

Now It started with some files, but its like a virus that has spread to EVERY filemaker file...Even the ones that are downloaded from their website... The same files open on My XP machines, with no problem... I have decided to Downgrade my tablet to XP if no solution found.

This is the only program in Vista that behaves like this; I mean other programs hang, but usually the system might waite for a program to respond> But with FM9, Vista does not let it breath, it just forces it to stop. In my research this seems to be an issue that could be relating to the application memory management.

I tried to uninstall/reinstall several times and under different directories... no luck!

Here is what the "Event Viewer" Shows.

Log Name: Application

Source: Application Error

Date: 9/11/2007 7:15:54 PM

Event ID: 1000

Task Category: (100)

Level: Error

Keywords: Classic

User: N/A

Computer: ********

Description:

Faulting application FileMaker Pro Advanced.exe, version 9.0.1.63, time stamp 0x4678929d, faulting module FileMaker Pro Advanced.exe, version 9.0.1.63, time stamp 0x4678929d, exception code 0xc0000005, fault offset 0x0028ac16, process id 0x18b4, application start time 0x01c7f4c8755d2680.

Event Xml:

1000

2

100

0x80000000000000

9430

Application

******-******

FileMaker Pro Advanced.exe

9.0.1.63

4678929d

FileMaker Pro Advanced.exe

9.0.1.63

4678929d

c0000005

0028ac16

18b4

01c7f4c8755d2680

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