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crviewer not working on win 7 64bit

hello,

i have downloaded and installed updates of my Windows 7 64 bit recently. Before that, crviewer had been working well, but after installing windows updates crviewer (of CR XI) isnt working.

I have tried to use restore point of my OS, but it didn't help.

All the librares are registered correctly and crviewer.dll is loaded and used, but report isn't showed. This happen without any error message.

could you advise me, what can I do ?

Thanks a lot.

=martin=

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    Posted on Oct 27, 2010 at 03:06 PM

    Crystal Reports XI ( Version 11.0 ) is not supported on Windows 7.

    Download CR XI R2 ( 11.5 ) Service Pack 4 Full build and then get up to Service Pack 6 and then you'll be supported on windows 7. It's a free upgrade, use your CR XI keycode.

    Is this an application you wrote and distributing? And if so which report engine are you using and what development language did you write it in?

    Links were broken but fixed now - [CR XI R2 Platforms|http://www.sdn.sap.com/irj/scn/index?rid=/library/uuid/e0fbebaf-07e0-2c10-ad9a-d45810ae7109]

    Thank you

    Don

    Edited by: Don Williams on Oct 27, 2010 9:39 AM

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  • Posted on Oct 27, 2010 at 08:57 AM

    Hi

    From Windows ARP, try Repairing CR Viewer

    Regards

    Ashwini

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    • Former Member Ashwini Kumar Humbi

      Ii checked them, but there is no error or warning logs. It looks like it is working properly, but it isn't. I used modules.exe to check, if all the libraries ale loaded - there are. Crviewer.dll also. But report isn't showed (component crviewer isn't showed). No error messages.

      =m=

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