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Unfortunately the Windows OS has changed significantly since that software was released. Nova Developement now has the Greeting Card Factory Deluxe version 8 for XP/Vista/7.
If you have the 64-bit Vista, you may not be able to get the old software to work and need the upgrade or a virtual computer with an older Windows OS (see below). To check your OS version, click Start > Control Panel > System and Security > System .
You can try running the program in the compatibility mode - this will work best with software for XP not Win95-NT. Right click on the installer and select Properties. Go to the Compatibility tab and choose Run this program as compatible with (an older version of Windows). Click on the check box and use the drop-down menu to select the older OS. Save the change by clicking apply then close the window. Right click again on the installer and choose Run as Administrator.
If the program installs, do the same compatibility steps for the program's exe file itself. (You don't need to run as administrator though.)
Alternatively, you can run a dual boot or virtual computer with an older Windows OS. (Programs like Virtual PC, Parallels and VMWare let you run a virtual computer inside the Vista system with a computer that can handle virtualization.) Unfortunately, you usually need a licensed version of Windows to do this. (Win7 Pro and Ultimate let you do this free with Virtual PC and XP mode.) Then install the software normally in the virtual computer or when booted into the older version of Windows. File transfer can be tricky with the virtual computer - you need to save files to external media (flash drive or optical disc). Printers can't be installed on both the real and virtual computer at the same time.
The game must have been corrupted. The only way is to uninstall it then reinstall it again. Also make sure that your pc meets the system requirements to run the game. Free up your disk space too, before you reinstall the game.
The game John Deere American Farmer is designed to be used with Windows ME, 2000 or XP, therefore in order to use it in Vista you must run your game using Compatinity Mode --> Install your game--> Go to your Desktop --> Right click on the program icon--> properties-->Compatibility--> select one of the versions above
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windows nt is a operating system some software works only with windows 98or only with windows 2000or only with windows xp/nt windows nt is the same as xp i think the software ym makeover magic works windows nt platform you should have the operating system in which the ym makeover magic works to know which operating syatem works just see some readme files in setup files folders of the ym make over magic there will be file stating readme in that they will give operating system comapatiblity windows 98/2000/server 2003/xp/media center /vista they will specify like this see the compatiblity and then install the operating systm and then install the software
Have you re-installed the software since you upgraded your Operating System? Most likely you will have to remove and re-install your software, since your new operating system doesn't seem to want to recognize the previous installation. In extreme cases, for instance where the software cannot be re-installed due to errors while installing; the registry may have to be cleansed of the old software before re-installing. Due to the danger of future problems if a programming mis-step occurs during this process, inexperienced users are best advised to format their HDD, re-install the Operating System and all extraneous software. It is a long process (usually a few days if I have to do this to mine) but well worth it in the frustration it will save later. Let us know if you need further advice or help, if re-installing doesn't correct the problem or if you want advice on re-formatting and re-installing your Operating System.
You need to go to the Lexmark support site and A) Make sure you are using the latest driver and specifically one that works with Vista and B) If none exist then your existing driver may have become corrupted...try it again (reinstall). Tango.