On Friday 07 October 2005 16:51, Bill Kendrick wrote:
> Hello SDL and tuxpaint-devel folks...
> I just received this from an asst. principal of a school that's used
> Tux Paint at home, and is hoping to use it at his school, except...
> > I installed Tux Paint on the IBM S51's at school (XP Pro) -
> > installation went fine - no errors etc. - and when I attempt to start
> > it up (by desktop icon or through the Programs menu) the computer just
> > reboots. No error messages to indicate problems - just reboots. The
> > only thing I didn't do was install the optional rubber stamps. I have
> > used both the Zip file and the Windows installer versions of the
> > download with the same result.
> He didn't say, but I can only assume he's using the latest (0.9.14)
> version. I've asked for any further details he can send about the WinXP
That is a common behavior of XP. My first thought upgrade to Win2K. Second
thought upgrade to Linux. :)
Otherwise there's a solution to apps causing a reboot in XP. You have to go
into Startup and Recovery where there are options for setting the shutdown
and reboot options when (not if) XP crashes.