I am running CrossWorks for ARM 4.4, though it's been several months since I last worked on a CrossWorks project. I just received a new laptop and had that 4.4 version of CrossWorks installed from an old downloaded install program ("arm_crossworks_4_4_0_win_x64_setup"). After installation, when I click on my CrossWorks desktop icon or "CrossStudio" in the Start Menu, the "Rowley CrossWorks" splash window appears, many items appear to start loading, terminating with "Creating Targets", then the splash window disappears, and nothing else happens. CrossWorks does not finish starting up and opening like it used to. The same exact sequence happens on my old laptop, so I currently have no access to CrossWorks.
The new laptop is a Dell quad-core i5 x64bit running Win 10 Pro Version 20H2 with 16GB memory. The old laptop is a Dell quad-core i7 x64bit running Win 10 Pro Version 1703 with 16GB memory.
The new computer licensing has not been setup yet, but I can't access the License Manager because I can't start CrossWorks on the new laptop. The license had been in place on the old laptop.
It had been suggested to delete the .hzs session file, but I don't remember which was the last project (of many) I had worked on, and besides, the new installation should not have any knowledge yet of any of the old projects.
Is there a solution to get CrossWorks up and running?
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