2 Replies Latest reply on Dec 11, 2006 9:59 PM by Saurabh Gupta

    Automatic application termination

    Saurabh Gupta
      While recording voice-overs, Captivate 2.o got terminated a few times. Any workouts?
        • 1. Re: Automatic application termination
          macrofireball Level 3
          Hello Saurabh,

          It sounds to me that your copy of Adobe Captivate 2 has become corrupted. I would try re-installing the software again, making sure that before you being the installation process you disable your Anti-virus software. If that still does not resolve the problem then I would recommend you report this to adobe using Bug Submission form so that somebody on the Captivate team can look into this for you and see if they can reproduce the problem.

          HTH

          Regards,
          Mark
          • 2. Re: Automatic application termination
            Saurabh Gupta Level 1
            Hi Mark,

            I believe this issue is also related to my laptop's hardware configuration, as in my other post in General Discussion section, as indicated by Captiv8r. I've already tried three times un-installing and re-installing the application, but the problem remains there as it was.

            I'm reporting this error through the "Bug Submission Form" to adobe.

            Thanks for your kind reply !!

            Saurabh