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Problems with auto load on "Vist" Program


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Jaba the Hut

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Got a program from a co-worker of mine that's work-related. He says the version is compatible with Vista as i have and i've tried numerous times to load it but no such luck getting the program to run. Tried exploring and finding a setup with the vista symbol on it and still won't run...just says administration stopped working. Have tried an earlier version of the same program before and almost got it to start installing but then had a crash. Maybe i still have some of that first attempt on my computer? anyway i can ensure it's off? Anything i should look for when exploring the disc to try to install the software?


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    Kraków my love :)

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Try to install it in XP compatibility mode.
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you can change the mode you're in?
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Right click on program's .exe file, click Properties, and put the checkmark....

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Click OK.
Try to run the program again.
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