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Unable to install Any kind of major software Help please!


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Joshandrok

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Ok, I have recently upgraded my OS to windows 7 ultimate. It is genuine.
My problem is:
I can't install Adobe After Effects or Sony Vegas. I know that my computer can run them both, because I had them both running fine before I installed windows 7. Now I can't even install them. It will not even bring up the setup on Adobe after effects. It just says Adobe has stopped working. When I pull up sony vegas It will let me pick my language and then it says the same thing. I have tried everything. I ran them normal, then admin, then I ran them in compatibility mode, then compatibility mode with admin. I can't figure out what is wrong. Please someone help me!
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Windows 7 is beta software and it's entirely possible that these products may work on Windows 7 but not until the final release.
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Ok, thanks. I thought I would give windows 7 a shot and see if it was any good. I like it but I really need to use these programs lol. Why do some programs work but these don't? and also compatibility mode just doesn't work at all for any program on windows 7... I don't know why. I guess because it's beta.
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