– You can make the NV2 Server start automatically at boot by copying the NV2 Server icon from the Start menu to C:Documents and SettingsAdministratorStart MenuProgramsStartup.
– Norton AV (and, perhaps ofther AV software) can hamper the server considerably. With Norton you must mess with the settings (I forget which ones, firewall I think) to consider NV2 a trusted application and the speed difference is immediately noticable.
One last thing. JLeotta wrote:
>A few days ago I called QW support because NVEXPORT was hanging and I was told
> to set the properties of the NV1 shortcut to full screen, set the idle
> sensitivity to lowest, and place some object on the
> This was a great solution since it cut my export time by 1/3 and removed the
>hanging problem. This needs to be included in the documentation for NVEXPORT so
>that others don’t have to waste so much time finding it for themselves and reduce
>the calls to QW support.
This is in the on-line manual. At: NewViews 2.08 Manual > Appendix C – NV1 Users > Converting NV2 to NV2 > Exporting NV1 Data > Exporting the NV1 Books you will see:
To complete the export from NV1 in the shortest possible time, NewViews should be running in full screen mode. This is because Windows will give more CPU time to a DOS application running in full screen mode than if it was running in a window.
The command to set a DOS window to full screen is
Once the NVEXPORT procedure is running, and you have switched to full screen, place a small light object (like a stapler) on the