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There's an error running Clustal when using Bioedit

Bioedit error Clustal DNA sequence alignment

Best Answer Jeremy55, 14 January 2014 - 07:05 PM

 

Did you read the notes on the main page?

 

Specifically those starting with "Notes for 64-bit OS users:"

 

Did those other computers, that could finish it, have 64-bit systems too, or not?

I've read the notes on the main page.  I've tried those solutions and they didn't work. 

My notebook is the only one that has a 64-bit system in our lab. 

I found the problem occurred in the other notebook of mine, which has a 32-bit system. Software conflicts may have caused the problem. I will check this later.

 

 

 

Did you read the notes on the main page?

 

Specifically those starting with "Notes for 64-bit OS users:"

 

Did those other computers, that could finish it, have 64-bit systems too, or not?

Now, I've solved the problem by myself. Thank you all the same.smile.png

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#1 Jeremy55

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Posted 09 January 2014 - 01:06 AM

When I carried out multiple alignment of DNA sequences with Bioedit, an error popup box appeared. There's no problem with the sequences. Because I can finish the alignment on others' computers. I've tried several version of Bioedit and it didn't work.

My computer system is 64x windows 8.1. Is there anyone else who happened to meet similar question? Who knows the solutions to the problem?

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Posted 09 January 2014 - 08:16 AM

Did you read the notes on the main page?

 

Specifically those starting with "Notes for 64-bit OS users:"

 

Did those other computers, that could finish it, have 64-bit systems too, or not?


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Posted 10 January 2014 - 06:29 AM

Did you read the notes on the main page?

 

Specifically those starting with "Notes for 64-bit OS users:"

 

Did those other computers, that could finish it, have 64-bit systems too, or not?

I've read the notes on the main page.  I've tried those solutions and they didn't work. 

My notebook is the only one that has a 64-bit system in our lab. 

I found the problem occurred in the other notebook of mine, which has a 32-bit system. Software conflicts may have caused the problem. I will check this later.



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Posted 14 January 2014 - 07:05 PM   Best Answer

 

Did you read the notes on the main page?

 

Specifically those starting with "Notes for 64-bit OS users:"

 

Did those other computers, that could finish it, have 64-bit systems too, or not?

I've read the notes on the main page.  I've tried those solutions and they didn't work. 

My notebook is the only one that has a 64-bit system in our lab. 

I found the problem occurred in the other notebook of mine, which has a 32-bit system. Software conflicts may have caused the problem. I will check this later.

 

 

 

Did you read the notes on the main page?

 

Specifically those starting with "Notes for 64-bit OS users:"

 

Did those other computers, that could finish it, have 64-bit systems too, or not?

Now, I've solved the problem by myself. Thank you all the same.smile.png



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Posted 15 January 2014 - 05:09 AM

 

Now, I've solved the problem by myself. Thank you all the same.smile.png

 

how?


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