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    Im haveing a problem in windows xp when building benchwork! It says "can not creat window device" Then closes. Whats up with that! and the auto save will not work either!

    A very irtaded,

    Pierce

  • #2
    Pierce, what video card do you have? Also how many other programs are you running at the same time? (include anything on your task bar)

    BTW welcome aboard the RR-Lines!!!

    Modeling the NYC railroad

    (Not Yet Completed Railroad)



    Phil

    Edited by - nyc on 07/09/2002 22:58:34

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    • #3
      My video card is a nivedia Gforce 4 and I have volume control, Norton Atni Virus, Scanner controller, Printer Controller, and Cd-RW Controller. I have 1 gb ram.

      Pierce

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      • #4
        I also have a nivedia Gforce video card at home and I have had problems with Right Track on that computer, what I do (and it is a pain) is to switch to a generic video card and run right track then switch back. nivedia may have a new driver that would fix this problem, I haven't looked lately.

        Now Right Track works on my other computers with no problem at all but all have different video cards.

        Modeling the NYC railroad

        (Not Yet Completed Railroad)



        Phil

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        • #5
          I am having the exact same problems as you are Pierce. i get the "cannot create window device" and "Invalid floating point" errors all the time. I am running basically the same video card as you.

          Union Pacific

          "We Will Devour"

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          • #6
            XP users:

            use the compatibilty wizzard. Go START+ALL PROGRAMS+ACCCESSORIES+COMPATIBILLTY WIZZARD and choose RTS 5.0 set the windows version to diffrent than XP like 95 or ME/98.

            this should fix the problem.

            Dave



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