Corel Draw 9 works here not there
When I run Corel Draw 9 on my new computer, it displays an error message similar to "An unexpected error has occurred. ... [OK]." At this point, I have to quit the program because the message comes up repeatedly (often many times in a row until it stops). I can duplicate the message by drawing anything with the "Artistic media tool". I can also duplicate it by, after starting the program and selecting "new graphic", I click File->New
On our old computer, however, there is no problem. It runs fine. Our old computer is a p2-300 with 128mb RAM and Windows 9
Short guide from Autodesk or other variants might be see and learn below https://www.openfiletool.com/cdropen.html CDR Open File Tool – solution for hopelessly crashed .cdr images, uses in case nothing works and helps
Try the following:
- rename the file to ".zip "
- open the zip-file with Winzip or WinRar (these programs has a repair-function for zip)
- try to repair the file
- then extract the riffdata.cdr from content-folder of zip-file and open this file in CorelDRAW
These steps work for me.
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