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I just purchased a Toshiba Sattelite laptop with Windows Vista installed as the operating system. There are several programs that have worked initially, but after using these programs, I recieve the message that "Macromedia projector has stopped working". The programs range from games like "QBeez2" to software from my college classes. What should I do?
Change the primary display device - right click on empty portion of the desktop, select settings, then advanced, and select the display device tab.
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I have had same problem last time. What I did was run Program Compatibility Wizard and next set compatibility to win98 (dont remember if that is the one I choose, but you can test it). No idea what does it have to do with it, but it solved problem in my case. Hope it will help you.
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