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I've been having some problems with XPize

and I know exactly what they are.

My old version of Windows XP home (I re-installed professional) wouldn't accept XPize

It was creating error messages that told me that files had been corrupted, moved or deleted.

And I know that this is because XPize replaces system files...

I tried all sorts of combinations of different options in the XPize setup, but in the end, it all created the same problem.

And to prove that this program caused the problems, they went away after I un-installed XPize and did a system restore.

This probably won't happen on all machines, only unique ones that are too picky :lol:

Anyway, I still really like the look of XPize, although I'm dissapointed that I can't use it, and hope it keeps going strong untitled1ll9.png

-Noggin

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And I know that this is because XPize replaces system files...

XPize does not replace system files...

It replaces bitmaps within the files.

Maybe supply us with a bit more detail of these error messages you're receiving?

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