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Photo Paint won't run

Photo Paint won't run

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If anyone can, please help. I have been running Draw 7 for years, but only use paint ocasionally. A month or so it worked fine. Now I cannot get it to load. I recently had to refresh win98 & I made sure to get all the updates. I've tried reinstalling several times with no success. Draw seems to work fine. When I try to open Paint this is what I get:

PHOTOPNT caused an invalid page fault in
module PHOTOPNT.EXE at 0177:00a42aba.
Registers:
EAX=00e1f783 CS=0177 EIP=00a42aba EFLGS=00010246
EBX=00000001 SS=017f ESP=00e1f62c EBP=00e1f8ac
ECX=00e1f680 DS=017f ESI=02fe1893 FS=4327
EDX=00000017 ES=017f EDI=00000868 GS=0000
Bytes at CS:EIP:
8a 90 00 ae 00 00 53 41 4c 45 53 20 20 20 43 48
Stack dump:
00e1f784 00000017 009e1833 00e1f680 00e1f784 00b466ec 02fe1894 00000868 023a048c bffc9490 bff7b83f bffc9490 bff741fb bffc9490 bff85295 bffc9490

Any ideas???

RE: Photo Paint won't run

Did you reinstall all your programs?  The way you wrote this it sounds that you only reinstalled windows and didn't bother any other files.  You might try to reinstall the Corel program from the original disk into the same directory you have now.  That should save all of your work and projects, and reassociate all the needed files with the Windows registry.

RE: Photo Paint won't run

It's a memory error.  Did you upgrade you mem recently.  What OS and amount of mem you running?  Let me know.

I have no idea what I'm talking about

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