Each time I start this application I receive the following message:
"Please run this program from the Administrator account so it can set up your license. Once the license is set up, you can run it from any account."
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According to the software release notices, it wasn't until version 7.0d that they made it Windows 7 compatible. You aren't saying what OS you are migrating from, but it may be that you are running too old a version of the program. You could try one of two other options.
Try running the program as an administrator. Right click on the program icon and select "run as administrator".
Try running in compatibility mode for the OS you were using it with previously, right click on the program icon and select the "properties item". Then click on the compatibility tab and use the pulldown to select the OS to simulate the program for.
If they both fail to work, you may have to upgrade to a newer version. Many older applications stopped playing nice starting with Windows 8. Many of them actually worked if you loaded VISTA drivers and/or compatibility, but not all. Most Windows 7 and later software has no issues with Win10.
Sounds like a compatibility issue. You want to ensure that iTunes is not set to run in compatibility mode. To check this please follow the steps listed below:
Step 1. Exit out of iTunes. Step 2. On the Windows Start Menu select Computer. Step 3. Browse to the following location: C:\Program Files\iTunes. Note: Windows 7 (64 bit) users browse to C:\Program Files (x86)\iTunes. Step 4. Right-click on the iTunes application (iTunes or iTunes.exe) and select Properties. Step 5. Next select the Compatibility tab. Step 6. Ensure that the options Run this program in compatibility mode and Run this program as an administrator are not checked. If they are checked please deselect these options, then select Apply, and OK. You should now be able to open iTunes with out receiving the error message about iTunes running in compatibility mode.
OK; after giving up on lousy tech support I got it working after doing the following (not sure if all required, but this is what I did)
1. Gave admin rights to C:\Program Files (x86)\PFU
2. Updated to latest ScanSnap Manager V5.0 L21
3, Copied C:\Users\<admin acct>\AppData\Roaming\PFU directory to C:\Users\All Users
Pagemaker 7 will not readily allow Spell checking under Windows 7. To do this you will need to run the Pagemaker application as the Administrator. This can either be by clicking on the right hand mouse botton (right handed persons) while the cursor is on the Pagemaker launch icon either on the desktop, Windows Start up menu or Application Program launch menu and then choosing to run the Application as Administrator. Pagemake launched like this will normally allow spell checking, without the Pagemaker application will return distionary missing or does not support spelling. Disabling account control in Windows 7 before running the Pagemaker, which I do not recommend also achieves this in Windows 7. All the above applies for Windows Vista too!
For those running Windows Vista, you can enable spell checking in Pagemaker 7 by simply turning off the user account control. This control is what pops up every time you attempt to run a program windows Vista isn't familiar with, asking if you really want to run it.
To turn it off, go to Control Panal, select user accounts and forms, select User Account Control, and in the follow up screen delete the checkmark.
Of course, the account control is there to protect you against unauthorized running of spyware and such. Be sure you have good virus protection!
If you are running windows Vista,Right click on the program that you want to open a select "RUN AS ADMINISTRATOR"
In Windows 2000 or XP provide a Secondary Logon service (also known as "run as") that lets you run programs as different users.
To use it, do one of the following:
Navigate to the program you wish to launch with different privileges. Click it once to select it, and then hold down the Shift key and right-click the program. You'll see a contextual menu from which you can select Run as... and then choose a different account.
From the Start menu, select Run, and enter the following command: runas /user:username cmd
Replace username with the name of the account you want to use. You can replace cmd with any command you'd like to run (if it contains spaces between characters, enclose it in double quotes). Click OK. When prompted, enter the password for the account you've chosen. This method will start a new command shell in a new session, from which you can launch programs.