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Do you leave your computer
on overnight and let PaperQuote '01 automatically change your wallpaper?
Then make sure you are using build number 188.8.131.52 or higher.
You can check the build number
of your PaperQuote '01 software in the About box after the title. To find
out which build is currently on our download servers, visit the Installation
If your screen saver ever displays an error box, or a list of error boxes,
you may have a corrupted image file in your PaperQuote Cache. You can
easily fix this by deleting the corrupted image. Simply right click on
your PaperQuote software and select Tools | Recent Images. Now click on
different entries until you find the corrupted image and then click on
the Delete button or hit your Delete key. You may want to download the
latest build of the software since it prevents this rare problem from
Caching Images and Power
The latest version of the PaperQuote '01 Screen Saver has been optimized
to not accesses your hard disk after it has displayed each of your recent
wallpaper images. Although the images were normally cached by Windows
in the past, now they are cached automatically by the PaperQuote '01 Screen
Saver. This allows for advanced power management features, such as automatic
standby mode, to work more easily.
Error When PQ '01 Launches
If you ever received
an error message in your PaperQuote '01 Screen Saver while running it
overnight, simply download and install the latest build of the software.
Some early builds of the PaperQuote '01 Screen Saver would generate an
error when the the recent images folder (cache) was full and PaperQuote
'01 was automatically downloading an image.
Bitmap Is Not Valid
If you are running PaperQuote Beta 2000, you may see this error when your
display is set to 256 colors. To fix this error, make sure you upgrade
to PaperQuote '01. You can find special installation instructions for
users of Beta 2000 on our Updating from Beta
2000 page. You may also want to change your computer's display settings
to show 16-bit or 24-bit colors.
(This support topic was last
updated on Aug 14, 2001.)