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  1. Hey all. Just bought Designer for Windows. I'm running Windows 7 64-bit. When I click on the installer package and then confirm with windows that I want to run the executable, the next screen is see is a crash error titled "Affinity Designer Setup has stopped working". See attached imaged. Tried disabling Avast, closing all other software, restarting, restarting and installing in safe mode, and installing 3 or 4 of the previous releases (going back to 1.5). Same result every time (except for safe mode, which tells me installer can't run in safe mode). Any ideas? I'm kinda bummed. I just don't like paying for something I can't use. It really gets me down. Like, every time.
  2. Hello Affinity, just tried to install Affinity Photo on a PC with an AMD Opteron 180 CPU. This CPU is a 64 Bit CPU, nevertheless I can't install Affinity Photo because "no 64 Bit CPU was detected" Is there a known limitation with AMD processors? In the Q&A I could not find a hint... Thanks for your answer Regards, Holger
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