Author Topic: Some possible fixes which could help (because of the new windows update)  (Read 961 times)

jasonr

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My dxtory has been working so perfect for a very long time since the recent windows 10 update.

I've been experimenting in trying to get it working again and i think i found a couple of answers which could fix yours!

1. Completely uninstall Dxtory, Do this first through the uninstall or change program menu, then check to make sure the exkode folder has been removed (mine was located c drive > program files (x86) if its there, then delete that too, download the latest version from the exkode website and install fresh.

(if that doesn't work then..)

2. Right click the icon on your desktop for dxtory and run troubleshoot compatibility (this will normally change your settings to either windows 8 or windows 7)

(if that doesn't work then..)

3. Creating a new user account (you can copy all your files across of course!) My old user account did get some corrupted files some how and that made my PC slow down.

(if that doesn't work then..)

Then you may have to wait for the new dxtory update! :)
« Last Edit: October 10, 2016, 11:22:53 pm by jasonr »

turbodude555

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Re: Some possible fixes which could help (because of the new windows update)
« Reply #1 on: October 13, 2016, 01:58:07 pm »
My dxtory has been working so perfect for a very long time since the recent windows 10 update.

I've been experimenting in trying to get it working again and i think i found a couple of answers which could fix yours!

1. Completely uninstall Dxtory, Do this first through the uninstall or change program menu, then check to make sure the exkode folder has been removed (mine was located c drive > program files (x86) if its there, then delete that too, download the latest version from the exkode website and install fresh.

(if that doesn't work then..)

2. Right click the icon on your desktop for dxtory and run troubleshoot compatibility (this will normally change your settings to either windows 8 or windows 7)

(if that doesn't work then..)

3. Creating a new user account (you can copy all your files across of course!) My old user account did get some corrupted files some how and that made my PC slow down.

(if that doesn't work then..)

Then you may have to wait for the new dxtory update! :)

Tried this and a dozen other things. Nothing works, it's the program itself that isn't working. .128 works for now but it's way out of date