I cannot use the command line to convert a pdf file to text

I recently had to rebuild my machine. In the process, I downloaded your PDF2TXT program and reinstalled it.
Now, I cannot use the command line to convert a pdf file to text. For example, the following results in a Microsoft error dialog saying that the program has encountered a problem and must shut down.

C:\Program Files\VeryPDF PDF2TXT v3.2\pdf2txt.exe C:\Temp3\TwoPage0001.pdf C:\Temp3\TwoPage0001.txt -format

My machine is running XP Pro, Version 2002 Service Pack 3.

Do you have a solution?
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Please run following command line to convert your PDF file to text file to try again, (-breaker parameter will insert page breaker into converted .txt file)

"C:\Program Files\VeryPDF PDF2TXT v3.2\pdf2txt.exe" C:\in.pdf C:\out.txt -unicode -breaker

You can also run following command line to convert PDF file to text file without page breaker symbols,

"C:\Program Files\VeryPDF PDF2TXT v3.2\pdf2txt.exe" C:\in.pdf C:\out.txt -unicode

We hoping "-unicode" parameter will work better for you, please to try.

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