Im using Vista business. The problem is when i'm login to Oracle(my company system), it will shutdown due to incompatibity. It looks like fail to load the page. It shows message box saying : Internet explorer has stopped working. Windows is checking for a solution to this problem. Please advice....
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I looked for the specs on the software but could not find the system requirements. You might want to call Oracle and ask if the software is compatible with your Operating Sysytem (Vista, Windows 7). The phone number is 1-800-423-0245
While I was unable to find the official system requirements for Primavera's P3, from the few article I read on it, I don't believe that it is Vista or Windows 7 compatible.Also it is not really a 32 bit 64 bit issue, 64 bit systems run 32 bit software all the time, in fact there are many more 32 bit programs running on 64 bit systems than 64 bit software, due largely to the fact that the software companies are are just now starting to program 64 bit software. This is an Operating System compatibility issue. If you absolutely have to run P3, you might consider installing XP as an additional OS on your HDD with duel booting and running P3 in XP.Hope this helps
To uninstall oracle from your PC, first you should run the oracle setup from the installation disk. The installation setup will automatically detect the oracle products installed in your PC. After checking the list of installed products, mark the programs you want to uninstall & then click on uninstall.
If you uninstall the programs or Windows components you should have a backup for them before uninstalling.
If you have a registered vista cd you can uninstall all system and install again using backup copies for security.
Cause some vista in new computer don't need cd backup they have that installed.Just click backup oracle 9i and try.