Before I get into the details of crashing, I must stress that each situation is different. What is a perfect answer in one situation may have absolutely no effect in another situation. While I will provide a number of potential solutions, it could be that there simply isn’t an answer for you.
Some crashes are definitely due to flaws in the software. More often than not, they are preventable and curable. Some can be caused by bad hardware. If your hard drive or memory chips are failing, it will cause a lot of problems in your system. This is only solved by replacing the problematic hardware.
Now that I have all the fine print out of the way, I’ll provide you with a list of previous blog posts and articles that could be the solution you need. Without knowing details of your specific issue, I can’t tell you which one is the solution for you.
- Faulty Drivers Often the Cause of Windows Instability
- Delete Temp Files to Prevent Crashes and Increase Speed
- Recovering Corrupt CorelDRAW Files
- Dealing With Corrupt CorelDRAW Files
- Break Up Long Documents
- Combine Multiple CDR Files Into PDF or Print
- Don’t Create Massive CorelDRAW Files!
- Delete Extra Stuff to Speed Up CorelDRAW
- Managing Your Fonts Can Speed Up CorelDRAW
- CorelDRAW X6, Text Speed and Windows XP
- Never Import Workspaces From a Previous Version