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moondog830

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I am an assistant coach for the the local 7th and 8th grade football teams and we always like to make a highlight video for the kids. Our head coach bought a

Dazzle Digital Video Creator 150 HighSpeed

He just called and it doesn't seem to install. Does anyone know if there's a compatibility issue between the Dazzle and Vista?

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Edited by moondog830, 22 October 2008 - 05:55 PM.

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There are updated drivers here for the hardware. But if you have any of the following software products, they are not going to be compatible with Vista. This is copied from Pinnacle's website:
The following products are end of life, they will not run with Windows Vista and there will be no Windows Vista compliant software

* Studio products which came with Studio 1, 7, 8, and 9. Please visit our eStore to purchase an Upgrade to the latest version of Studio:
o For Europe: www.pinnaclesys.com/eStore
o For US: http://buy.pinnaclesys.com
* Products which came with Adobe Premiere, like DV 500, ProOne etc.
* Instant CD/DVD, Instant Copy Version 7 and 8
* ShowCenter 1000 b/g
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