I've had a look around the forums, and there are a number of "answers" for this but they all date back from 2 years ago or more so wondered if anyone had any other suggestions.
I run X6 on my machine at work running Win7 on a 256GB SSD no problems.
I run X6 on my machine at home runninf Win 8 on a 128GB SSD and an additional HDD serves my storage user files and temp drive copy and paste is crazy slow!
It's not temp files or "colour styles" I've checked and I have none...
Any suggestions?! My hunch is something to do with my user files on a different disk to my program and windows files... ;-)
Thanks in advance!
I had this problem, it was AMD Radeon software for the GPU which was causing it for me. My CorelDraw X8 was slow when creating a new document and very slow copy/paste, Export and Publish to PDF.I uninstalled the "Non-WHQL-Win10-64Bit-Radeon-Software-Crimson-ReLive" using DDU (Display Driver Uninstaller) and corel worked as intended, on a note im using windows 10 and i let windows do the automatic update it works perfect. Sounds like its an GPU software problem not a Corel problem?I also removed and wouldn't rule out:Microsoft Visual C++ 2013 Redistributable (x86) Microsoft Visual C++ 2013 Redistributable (x64)Hopefully this helps some people cause i know it drove me insane!
Hey quick question. I uninstalled the driver software the same way and Corel works fine with onboard graphics. But I can't figure out how to reinstall my graphics card driver without reintroducing the problem. Obviously using Radeon's site and software is the same. Then I updated the driver with snappy drivers instead of the radeon program but have the same issue.
I am running a Radeon RX 580. I am currently using driver version 22.19.677.257 dated 9/22/2017. Windows "Update Driver" found them for me. I didn't install any of the bells and whistles like Relive and Crimson. Corel is now running much faster but I know it can do better. My slowdowns were lasting 60-90 seconds and bogging my whole system. Now they are about 5 seconds and the system is unaffected.
Once I finish this weeks work I am going to try the latest "minimal drivers" listed here: http://support.amd.com/en-us/download/desktop?os=Windows%2010%20-%2064
I hope this helps. I'll let you know how they newer install goes soon. Or, let me know if you beat me to it.
The latest drivers are no good still.