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*Galen Weinkauf
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Fusion crash

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07-06-2009 08:44 PM
Fusion crashes on startup on my desktop and not on my laptop. What is the

The desktop has 2gb of ram and a nVidia Quattro FX Video card, the laptop is
a HP NW 8440 with a ATI FireGL V5200 and 4 gb of ram.

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Re: Fusion crash

07-08-2009 08:49 AM in reply to: *Galen Weinkauf
There are several other users seeing this problem. We are working with our graphics team to narrow down the problem and post a fix as soon as we can. I appreciate your patience and we are confident that you will be able to try Fusion soon.

-Kevin Schneider

Kevin Schneider

13" Macbook Pro Retina - OSX 10.10.1 in Portland, Oregon

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Re: Fusion crash

07-08-2009 03:05 PM in reply to: *Galen Weinkauf
My install is suddenly crashing as well.

Here's my system
Intel Core 2 Quad CPU @ 2.4GHz (4CPUs)
64 BIT, Vista Ultimate
NVIDIA Quadro FX 570
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Re: Fusion crash

07-09-2009 10:46 AM in reply to: *Galen Weinkauf
I uninstalled Fusion and then reinstalled it and it appears to be working. The issue may be a recent Windows update. Microsoft. The number one reason why software doesn't work the way it should.


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Re: Fusion crash

07-24-2009 07:31 AM in reply to: *Galen Weinkauf

Fusion is running fine on my machine:
Dual Core 2.7

The only problem I'm having is that the Fusion window will not maximize. I run dual monitors, but I haven't thrown it over to the other monitor, but then I haven't got to spend much time working with Fusion either.

This is/ was just a minor annoyance and barely worth mentioning. I would give you better system information, but I have Fusion installed on my Home Office System and I'm not currently there.
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