I had Incendia on my laptop. When to create a PDF of the online help. When Adobe Acrobat reader tried to open the PDF, it told me of a new update. I installed it. Incendia hasn't worked since. I re-formated my hard drive, reloaded windows and Incendia. It loaded right up. I then installed Firefox, Adobe Flash, and Adobe Acrobat. Incendia has refused to work since. I had Incendia on an old P1 desktop running XP and was using it to render some parameters. Everything worked fine until about about an hour ago. Incendia wouldn't load. I rebooted. What greeted me when the system came back up? A message box from Adobe to install the freshly downloaded update to Adobe Acrobat.
Anyone else seeing a trend here? If you want to keep Incendia working, I'd delete Adobe Acrobat Reader and find an alternative. Maybe something like Foxit (www.download.com/Foxit-PDF-Rea… I am off to re-load windows and see if it fixes anything.
UPDATE: On the XP machine, I un-installed Acrobat Reader, re-installed Incendia, and it works again! Now if I can nly get it working on the faster machine....
2nd Update: I removed Acrobat from my laptop and Incendia still would not run. I re-installed it. Still no go. I "repaired" Vista with my install CD. Nothing. I then re-formatted my drive (2nd time this weekend) and re-installed all my software - Incendia last of all and with something other than Acrobat. It worked...kinda. No flickering, but lots of screen updates. I was able to get out the two pieces I just posted before I shut the program down to do something else. Guess what won't re-start.
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