I have ACT! 10.03 installed on my VISTA desktop computer. Recntly I downloaded the beta version of Windows Explorer (the latest). Now I can not get into ACT! anymore. The message reads: ACT! by Sage has stopped working. A problem caused the program to stop working correctly, Windows will clsoe the program and notify you if a solution is available. None has been offered so far. Can somebody help? Regards, Olaf Trunzer
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I would advice uninstalling 11 beta and just installing version 10: http://messenger.yahoo.com/download/
It should work just fine on Vista 64-bit. (32-bit applications are reverse compatible.)
The file you downloaded should have provided instructions for its use wither in a redme file or on the page it was downloaded from. There are several different ways for flashing the BIOS. Many still require booting from a DOS disk and using a DOS-based flash utility to perform the update. Others are Windows executable files that can flash the BIOS directly without having to start a reduced-functionality environment, but they require Administrative access to the computer to perform the update.
If what you downloaded was a Zip file, there should be instructions included with it.
You also want to make sure that it the the correct BIOS you are flashing. If it is not the correct version, you risk permanent damage to your computer.
I had this same problem as well... all you have to do is download the driver from Dell's website (go to dell.com -> support -> m1210 -> vista 32-bit), install the driver (get version 10.5.1), restart and then it still won't work. Then you have to:
1) Right click on my computer, and do manage
2) Go to the device manager and look for a missing device, and browse your computer for a driver
3) Pick C:\dell\drivers\R151795\Drivers\x32 as your folder
4) Click next and you're done! it'll work now
CM9880/8CH Azalia Audio CODEC onboard (found on ASUS boards) - basic microsoft UAA function driver installed by Vista works but misses soundinput. Install latest ASUS/C-Media software (set compatibility mode to XP for the installer) > reboot > set multiple streams enabled > switch input from microphone to wave and back > reboot
Creative Audigy (standard) -- No built-in support, but it works with beta drivers from Creative's site.
nForce3 (Realtek ALC850) - drivers obtained from windows update. (32 Bit)
Terratec 5.1 Fun PCI - sound works, controlpanel doesn´t work (32bit)
Terratec DMX 6Fire
SoundMAX Integrated Digital Audio (Tested with ASUS P4S800 Motherboard) - Needs latest drivers available to work correctly, otherwise install chipset drivers for AGP and IDE. Sound may skip and studder if not using the latest driver
OK!! I figured it out!! Ok you need to go to the Dlink web site, cursor over to the tech support tab, on the drop down select DOWNLOADS, enter your Dlink wireless adaptor version(you'll need the box for these steps), ok now in the new window click downloads, choose and download the 130 one not the beta version, have a flash usb ready and save all downloaded files to ur usb flash, next insert your usb flash on ur laptop, open my computer select ur removable drive and double click the dlink software, after you do this it should bypass that prompt screen and you'll be able to continue your setup for your Dlink wireless adaptor.........hope it works for you cause it worked for me.....
I suggest you create a dual boot situation with your computer, so it will run either XP or Vista. Most computer books will tell you how to set this up (not difficult). As for the software installation CD--check Ebay. People sell them often, whether originals or copies.