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Just wondering. I am using Paintshop Pro 9 with Windows 7 and I can't get the plugins to work with the program. Some work but allot don't work. I was told to put the dll files in the Windows folder and the System 32 folder which I did. I'm just wondering if I have too many in there or not enough which causes Paintshop Pro to crash when I try to use lots of them.

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You generally can't just move dll files.
Who told you to move them?
Where were they before you moved them?

Maybe you need to look into getting a newer version.

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PSP 9: Platform: Windows NT / 98 / 2000 / Me / XP

So as Steve suggested, and Microsoft seems to confirm, you'll need to upgrade.

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You generally can't just move dll files.
Who told you to move them?
Where were they before you moved them?

Maybe you need to look into getting a newer version.
I didn't move them. I unzipped them to the system 32 and windows folder. I can't afford to buy a new version of PSP so I guess it looks like I'm stuck.

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You could always use PSP in Windows XP Mode. Basically it's XP running in a virtual machine available free with Win 7 Pro and above as your specs show you have Ultimate you should have no issues.

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Oh really? I didn't know I could do that. I'll have to check that out. Thanks to all for your comments and help.

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Thank you all for your help. I will purchase a more recent version of Paintshop Pro as soon as my funds permit. Thank you all for your help. : )


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Hum...I'm using PSP 7.04 on Windows 7 with no issues.

To get the plugins to function, you need to put certain DLLs in the windows/system32 directory. They are not packaged with PSP afaik.

plugin.dll
msvcrt10.dll

You can get the needed dlls here:
http://www.pspug.org/filters/filterinstall.shtml

Don't unzip to the system32 dir, unzip elsewhere, then copy+paste into system32 or rt click & move them.

FYI, dlls can be moved anywhere, just like any other file.

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Thank you Tony. These are already in place. I'll check further to see why some plugins don't work.

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Originally Posted by lukimelle View Post
Thank you Tony. These are already in place. I'll check further to see why some plugins don't work.
Are they adobe-style 8bf plugins? If not, then you will need to install some other plugin support files.

Also, verify that in PSP Preferences that the plugin directories are set.

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Thank you Tony. Yes the plugins are directed to psp. Most of them are 8bf plugins. I will check and see if some aren't. You speak of plugin support? Could you elaborate on that please? Thank you.

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Originally Posted by lukimelle View Post
Thank you Tony. Yes the plugins are directed to psp. Most of them are 8bf plugins. I will check and see if some aren't. You speak of plugin support? Could you elaborate on that please? Thank you.
Filter Factory Filters have to be converted to be used with PSP:
http://www.pspug.org/filters/filterinstall.shtml

Also, there was an issue with plugins not working with version 9 and Corel has an update to correct that.

Corel doesn't list version 9 as compatible with win7, but the update may help. Most users say that version 9 works with win7 but *some* plugins just don't work.

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Thank you thank you : )

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Soome of the Plugins cause PSP to suddelny close when you go to use them, but there is a fix for this problem.

Download a program called FM patcher ...

http://www.filtermeister.com/fmpatcher/index.htm

Follow the instructions and use it to fix/patch those affected.
It's easy to do and it works.
Once the Plugin is fixed, there's no need to repeat the process for that file.
Just use it again when you find other plugins/filters that need patching.

Lynne (using PSP7, 9, 10, 13 & 14)

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