I noticed that too and put in a support ticket. The president of CodeWeaver's replied and said, "Google pulled CrossOver for ChromeOS, but they have yet to tell us why. We're working with them to figure out if there is an issue or if this was an oversight on their part." Hopefully this will get worked out soon!
If you know how to sideload apks, you can search the web and still get/find CrossOver from apk sites. But be careful to get the apk from a well-known/safe site (perhaps like apkmirror.com, however they only have v18.0 and the latest version is v18.1.0).
- I was getting a run32dll error within Quicken and uninstalled and reinstalled that (did not resolve). So I thought I would start from complete scratch - not realizing that it's missing from the Play Store! In a financial limbo at the mo...
That doesn't sound fun. I just found this article which tells you how to install APKs without having to enter Developer Mode. It sounds like sometimes though, it requires a Powerwash to work correctly (and it's a tad technical). So if you're financial dilemma is critical, you might want to give it a whirl...
Yeah! The app is back in the Google Play store. I have reinstalled it and my Quicken 2019 Deluxe, but am now back to my original issue. After opening Quicken and entering my data id like normal, it crashes with this error -
"The program rundll32.exe has encountered a serious problem and needs to close, we are sorry for this inconvenience. This may be caused by a problem in the program or a deficiency in Wine. You may want to check Codeweavers for tips for running this application."
click once on your app's name like you always do to run it. This open's up the app's drawer where you would normally click on a different icon to fire it up. Instead, click on the same icon once more. This brings up the CrossOver config. screen for the Bottle. Near the top right-hand side of the window, is a cog wheel (it might be a drop down button, I don't have my Chromebook handy at the moment to double check). Click on the cog wheel (or drop down) and select "Wine Configuration"and I believe it is right there in a drop down as to what version of Windows is being "frameworked." If it isn't "Windows 7", try changing it to "Windows 7." If that doesn't work you may want to try some other version of Windows and see if one of them is the key. I believe there is a back arrow near the upper left to take you back to the window where you can click on the icon to start you app and test.
I am able to get to the wine configuration screen. It is already set to Windows 7 and the program will allow me to change to a different Windows version but it does not stay after clicking apply, goes back to windows 7 when i go back in.
I've never had that problem before, but now I can duplicate it every time. I found a workaround though. Once you're in Wine Configuration and you select "Windows 7" and hit the "Apply" button, then in the selection box above it, on that tab ("Applications" tab for me), there is a highlighted/selected option (for me, it is "Default"). I clicked on the next line/option below "Default", thus selecting it, and then, I clicked on "Default" again. Then I clicked the "OK" button closing out the entire Window. That made it stick for me.
One more question, have you installed the .Net Framework into the bottle? It is apparently required to run Quicken. If you are on v2017 then Quicken needs Microsoft .Net 4.0 or later installed, and if you're in v2019, Quicken needs Microsoft .Net 4.6 or later installed. If you're not using a CrossTie to install it, then do the method I told you above to get to CrossOver's configuration screen with the cog wheel and drop down button, and use the cog wheel to select to "Install component" and type ".Net" in the search bar and then select the appropriate version of Microsoft .Net to install (I'd recommend 4.0 for Quicken 2017 and 4.6.2 for Quicken 2019). it will take a little while and should install any prior versions of Microsoft .Net that are required too. Once it's finished, give Quicken a try again.
If none of that works then about the only other things I can point you to are the Quicken updates files here for Quicken 2017, which sometimes appears to fix things, and then for forums on this site here, again for Quicken 2017, as some folks seem to have it working. If you still can't get it working then you may want to file a support ticket.
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