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Help me I'm operating on windows vista and every time I go to play a game, it says that macromedia projector has encountered a problem? I have tried everything....and suggestions?

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Hi there,
If you have Vista instead of XP, click on the desktop shortcut to the game, go to "Property", click on the "Compatiblity" tab and put a check in "Run this program in compatiblity mode for:, now try all the choices in the dropdown box (win95, win98/win me,etc. etc) one at a time til it works. Hope this works.
Good Luck!
neo

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Hi there,If you have Vista instead of XP, click on the desktop shortcut to the game, go to "Property", click on the "Compatiblity" tab and put a check in "Run this program in compatiblity mode for:, now try all the choices in the dropdown box (win95, win98/win me,etc. etc) one at a time til it works. Hope this works.
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