@vshoe - Our production is large and I use the same computer for 2 cutters
and 2 printers simultaneously. Of course, for that to happen, everything must be planned prior to a better use of time and sometimes we can't get 100% success
but we do the best we can. Part of the production from the printers is cut in guillotines
because it is much more practical. However, I never had any problem with having more
than one cutting software open at the same time but, of course, everything is
Screenshots of your display (settings and error messages)
or photo of your panel could help us better to identify the problem.
The site states no longer compatible with cricut is that true for expressions 2 as well
Some suggestions to avoid any kind of conflicts by trying to
insulate the problem:
Make sure that your computer has a good
performance. Upgrade some parts if necessary! Building your own computer is a
guarantee that you’ll always have the best for much less money. If you don’t
know how to do it, pay for this service;
Make sure that your OS is always updated. It’s
very important and it’s because Microsoft says that it’s mandatory now on
Keep all your programs updated and all the
drivers as well;
Be more careful with your stuff. Never delete a program,
for example. Use uninstall it instead;
Antivirus is not a medicine… it’s the oxygen!
You must have it and you must use it!
CCleaner is one of several good cleaners and
it’ll keep your Windows Registry healthy after uninstalling programs inclusive;
Keep your devices clean and with the latest
If you use Wi-Fi make sure that you really have
a good Wi-Fi performance;
If you use wired connections make sure that you
have good cables;
A lot of Great info
What I meant was Historically 2 programs CAN cause problems not that they will and I believe it is best to have only one "like" program open at a time It will also cut down on User confusion
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