Olympus Studio issue?

Discussion in 'Olympus' started by JG, Nov 1, 2007.

  1. JG

    JG Guest

    Hello,

    Ok this is the situation,

    This notebook once had studio trial 1.2 on it, it expired after 30
    days and was uninstalled. Now I have purchased a key for Studio 2 and
    I get a link to download the 30 day trial so I can tap the key in. The
    trial will not install failing immediately because I think it is
    locked out by the original 30 day limit.

    Olympus UK have little or no customer service, and their tech have
    suggested a few things but without luck. Master and Viewer work just
    fine. So the question is does anyone know a workaround. I cannot
    download trial 2.0 from any web site. The Oly sites wont let me, other
    than the link in the licence email. Anyone come across this?

    This is the error message

    C:\DOCUME~1\JOHNGL#1\Desktop\OS201S~1.EXE
    The NTVDM CPU has encountered an illegal instruction.
    CS:eek:f68 IP:05dd OP:63 6f 6d 2f 66 Choose close to terminate the
    application.


    I have tried the Oly suggestion of removing certain entries with
    killbox.

    Windows registry cleaner ( ms one ) does not pick studio up in the
    list.

    Getting some ideas from the Oly SLR users on dpreview forum but
    thought I would run it past the brains on here.

    Thanks for any help

    John.

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    JG, Nov 1, 2007
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    RichA Guest

    Does the program shut down the way Studio, Viewer and Master do when I
    try to process E-410 raw images? It does for me. Probably because
    I'm not running XP SPs of any kind.
     
    RichA, Nov 1, 2007
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    HankB Guest

    That looks liike an execution error, not a refusal to run for
    licensing issues. Perhaps the file is corrupt or there is a problem
    with your laptop.

    I would try downloading it again if you have not already done that.

    HTH,
    hank
     
    HankB, Nov 1, 2007
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