Kathy- This is just a little bit of background trivia for UFT users who have only recently experienced the "divide by zero" problem, based upon my remembrance of the Readme.txt file in the original "patch" release.
As designed, the Foxpro application incorporated a timing loop that counted down from an integer value toward zero in order to delay the start of a certain function.
It worked just fine with 25mhz 386 and 100mhz 486 computers at the time, although the absolute cpu speed may not have been the only factor involved. However, as the Pentium computers passed the 166mhz mark, the counter actually got down to zero and a "divide by zero error" was created.
After many months of these problems, one ingenious Foxpro developer finally found the cause and modified the timing loop with a "patch" so that the Integers increased towards infinity instead of decreasing towards zero.
Uft offered a version of this patch and eventually incorporated it directly into UFT 3.0.. Microsoft reluctantly admitted that the problem was solvable and made a version of the patch available for download.
Or something like that. In short, UFT 2.X versions CAN be made to work on fast computers if the computer bios is compatible and everything is installed correctly. John