You can do the following:
(1) Go to Start, Run, then type in D:\Setup.exe (D is whatever your DVD-Rom drive in). --->Follow the on-screen instructions.
(2) Go to my computer, right-click on the DVD-ROM, and choose the Autoplay or Run option.
(3) Right-click on the DVD, click on explore, and click on Setup option.
Also, make sure that your computer can accept DVDs.
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Try launching the program in compatibility mode. If this is a disc you're trying to install from, click on Start, goto Computer, go into your DVD Drive, right-click the Setup's EXE file, then Troubleshoot Compatibility.
If this is just a Setup EXE file you are trying to load on your computer you can do the same. Just right-click and select Troubleshoot Compatibility.
When you're presented with a list of options, select "This program worked in an earlier version of Windows", then hit Next. Just follow the prompts and then try installing it again.
Thank you for the clarification. Your program is definitely compatible with Windows XP. What you will need to do is put Disc 1 of Print Workshop into your CD drive. Click on your start button in the lower left hand corner of your desktop, then click run (located right above the "turn off computer" button.) A run box will appear in the bottom left hand corner. In the box type: D:\setup.exe (where D is the letter of your cdrom.) A setup window will appear with the final steps for installation. If you have any installation issues please post a reply. Thanks for using FixYa!
1. Open Windows Explorer. 2. Follow this path C:\\ Program Files \\ Common Files \\ Install Shield locate the sub folders Engine and IScript. 3. Rename (Right Click and choose "Rename" both folders example: Engineold & IScriptold. 4. Close out of Windows Explorer and run setup again. 5. Apply the latest update patches from our website www.roxio.com. www.roxio.com
The manual is already installed. Most software have this installed. Run the program and click on "Help". Click on Tutorial or the like after. I use PSP9 and it gives you step by step instructions on getting started all the way to advanced features. Hope this helped. Have a good day!
You can install and run a Ulead software for Windows XP on Windows Vista by running the Program Compatibility Wizard. We do not guarantee full stability for Windows Vista though. To run Program Compatibility Wizard:
1. Open the "Program Compatibility Wizard" by clicking the [Start] button, clicking [Control Panel], clicking [Programs], and then clicking "Use an older program with this version of Windows".
2. Click [Next] when the "Program Compatibility Wizard" dialog box comes up.
3. Select "I want to use the program in the CD-ROM drive" and click [Next]. If the installer is not detected from the CD-ROM drive, please manually browse for the installer executable.
4. Under "Select a compatibility mode for the program" step, please click on "Microsoft Windows XP (SP2)" and click [Next].
5. For the display settings, please click on "Disable Visual Themes" and "Disable desktop composition" then click [Next].
6. Click on "Run this program as an administrator" and click [Next].
7. Click [Next] to start testing the compatibility settings. This will launch the installer so if you have your firewall enabled, it will prompt for a permission request. Please grant permission for the setup to continue. 8. The setup will now run. You can allow it to finish or switch back to the "Program Compatibility Wizard" dialog box.
9. It will ask you if the program ran correctly. Click "Yes..." if no other pop-ups appear. * Try another compatibility setting if it reports a problem with the display. For the display settings, enable the option "Disable display scaling on high DPI settings" as well.
10. For this next step click "Yes" to send the info to Microsoft and finish the process. * Now that you have the software installed, you will also have to run the "Program Compatibility Wizard" for the application to run correctly. Use the same procedure except for step , select "I want to choose from a list of programs". Follow the same procedure for the other steps until you finish the setup.
This would probably from a corrupted Installation. Try Uninstalling your product first then reboot your system. Retry installing from your installer afterwards.
If this does not fix your problem let me know.