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Re: reason 4 install prob
If you installed Reason 4 and the first time it asked for the DVD and you did not have it, you may need to re-install it and then have the disc ready. This happened to me the first time, and I had to re-install the program. It's just part of the copy-protection.
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There are a few reasons why a program will not install. I will try to help you resolve each.
1. Lack of privileges. Do you have local Administrator rights to install software? If not, can you login as the local Administrator to install the software?
2. Do you have the minimum Operating System requirements for the software? If you are running an old Operating System (Windows 95/98/2000/ME) then many new software programs will not install. If you are running at least WIndows XP or Vista, then you may need to install the latest service pack depending how new your utility software is.
3. On the flip side the Utility software may be too "old" for the Operating System! If this is possible, look on the web for a new version that is supported by your Operating System.
4. Do you have the minimum Hardware requirements? Do you have the minimum Memory/Disk Space for the software to install/operate?
5. Expired software. Is this software a time limited evaluation that is now expired? If so, this should be apparent when you attempt the install.
Use the above ideas to find the reason/solution to the problem you are having. :-)
If it worked fine in Win XP you could run the program in compatibility mode. Right-click on the icon and go to properties. Then click on compatibility. Then in the drop down box click Windows XP (Service Pack 2)
Lost your DVD Writer means ? Does it stopped working ! Open The cabinet of the CPU and check the IDE Channel BUS- cable if that is plugged properly.Also check if the Power plug is properly inserted to your DVD Rom,
If both are checked properly, get the lense of the DVD checked in service center. maximum of the CD/DVD problem arises due to damage in the lense. Anyways, The cost of the lense comes to be almost equal to the DVD ROM price :)