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One solution would be to run it pretending your Vista is XP. I have seen it done but as I have no Vista machine, I cannot tell you the steps. Search for running Vista in XP mode - once you have managed that, try installing the software.
The second solution would be to open a virtual machine on Vista and running that as an XP machine. Again, I have seen it done.
Try the links I have added below.
The problem I had was with Quickbooks, not Quicken, but the principle is the same and worth a try. Good luck.
I found many Windows Vista users asking for password recovery methodology. The article below provides the useful trick to recover forgotten Windows Vista password. I have added method to hack Windows Vista user account in my post Hack Windows Vista admin account.
Recovering lost passwords is not a problem new to Windows Vista. Sure, in a manner similar to Windows XP, Vista will enable users to create an adjacent password hint that the user can turn to in case of need. But what about a severe case of amnesia. No password hint will point you in the right direction. Fortunately, Windows Vista has a built in mechanism designed to help with password recovery.
First of though, you should know that if the account with the misplaced password is not the administrator, then recovery is not even a problem.The administrator can simply change the password and allow the user access back to theaccount . This action however is not without its downside. If the administrator performs the said task, then you will not be able to access encrypted files, email messages and personal credentials. This is a trade-off that might be, or might not be worth it, depending on the context and on the information you risk losing.
The Windows Vista password recovery mechanism applies mainly to computers that are not part of a domain. If you have made your way to the User Accounts in Windows Vista Control Panel ，here’s way: Click Start > type “User” in the search box. Then Click User Accounts
From within a Windows Vista account, a user can create a password reset disk. A user only needs to create a single password reset disk and store it in a secure location. The disk is a preemptive measure that is actually independent of theaccount’s password. Users of the disk will be able to reset the account’s password.
This now be able to overcome their lost Windows Vista passwords. If you know any popular method for recovering Windows Vista passwords, just help out other guys over here by mentioning in comments section.
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Actually the problem is that your photo software dont support windows -vista. So if you want to know that it supports window vista......use google.com and find it that by now it supports vista or not..
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