Capture One 3 LE

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  • Drew Altdo
    David,
    System Requirements are System Requirements, plain and simple. The small tool that uses the RAM to process images needs a minimum of 1 GB of RAM. Without that you likely won't get very far. You can always try to make due with what you have but without meeting the minimum it's difficult to offer proper support.
    With the hardware your running I would just try to simply run the Trial of PRO and designate a different folder as your output folder. From there make sure the "Edit Primary" feature is turned off, cross your fingers and hope for the best.
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  • Paul Steunebrink
    David,

    Don't tell Phase One:
    [color=#800000:2mk8t2df]/PO hidden on/[/color:2mk8t2df]
    I run CO3LE/3PRO/4/5 on an XP Pro SP3 machine with 512 MB RAM for testing and supporting this forum. Flawlessly. Process without opening in Photoshop. Close COx and open in Photoshop.
    [color=#800000:2mk8t2df]/PO hidden off/[/color:2mk8t2df]
    Cheers 😉
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  • Drew Altdo
    I never said it wasn't possible 😉
    However it certainly leaves things open to complication. Complication that can likely be avoided by meeting the system requirements.
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  • Paul Steunebrink
    I was teasing a bit (as you noticed). I confirm based on my experience that CO4 and 5 have higher requirements than CO3, in particular for RAM, as per release notes for smooth operation.
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  • NN195621UL
    Hi all,
    I too was having the same problem with CO LE 3.x.x being expired... It may not be the best solution but it seems to have worked. I went into my calendar settings and changed the date back a year. Double click the clock on your desk top to get you there. It is a quick fix, maybe not the ultimate best solution but if you are in a hurry, you can't argue with success.

    Mark
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  • Ulf Liljegren
    Or download 3.7.10 and expiration is solved
    http://xchange.phaseone.com/Content/Dow ... veWin.aspx
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