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How to convert older "atw" files for a newer "AnyTime Organizer version"?

"AnyTime 2.0" worked well up to Windows XP, but is not to install in Windows7, so that I need to buy a new, younger version. The databases in "AnyTime 2.0" are ATW files (extention .atw), and those in the younger versions are also ATW files. Normally the new version convert automatically the ATW files from an older version, but only from AnyTime version 5.0. I would like my 2.0 ATW files also be converted so that I can consult my previous entries.

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This often happens when you step up several versions at one time. A suitable workaround is to load your old version, EXPORT the data from the unsupported version and then IMPORT into the new version. Individual Software, the manufacturer of the package has great technical support--if this doesn't meet your needs, please contact them directly!

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How convert existing "ATW" files for a new AnyTime Version

The only way to find out is to contact their website Support section.
I fear the answer is probably 'No!'

May 05, 2014 | Individual AnyTime Organizer Deluxe 9.0...

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How to convert ATW 'Version 2.0' databases to work in 'Version 9.0' ?

Same answer as before. Get in touch with the maker, but probably cant be done

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Sir, Using p5kpl am/ps Asus motherboard with g33/g31 driver in windows xp pc. Windows showing driver as vgasave and error code 37. Display is dim, no sound. Updated driver, uninstalled and reinstalled...

This is what I read Mitra,

1) Asus P5KPL AM/PS motherboard.
This I understand....

2) Something about the Intel G31/G33 chipset driver
Hoping you aren't using the chipset driver, for the VGA driver...

3) O/S = Windows XP
This I understand....

4) Windoze shows driver as vgasave, and error code as 37.

5) Updated driver, uninstalled driver, and reinstalled driver.
This I understand.

Very little knowledge of computers?
Not from what I am reading. What a humble person, and a person who will truly go far in life........

People generally know about going into Device Manager, and updating, or rollover driver.
NOT many know about uninstalling, and reinstalling.

That would be to uninstall in Device Manager.
(Microsoft 'squawk box' comes up)
Then when you restart the computer, Windows re-installs the driver.

On the harddrive are Addresses. Windoze LOST the address to the driver, lol!
Winblows: "OH, here it is! 142nd Street, Apt. 11105 ]

The update/rollover thing hardly ever works.
Uninstall is the best of the three, but it seldom works either.

There is no mention of using a graphics card.
Therefore I will assume you are referring to the Integrated Graphics of the motherboard.

(Integrated Graphics is also known as OnBoard Graphics.
A term we do not seem to use anymore, but IMHO,... SHOULD.
ON the motherBOARD, explains better )

There are 2 VGA files listed.
One of them is what you need.

There is version, and version

We can see version came out April, 24, 2009.
Version cam out May 5, 2008.

Logic would dictate use the newest version, because if there were any bugs in the older version (2008), they should have been worked out, for the newer version. (2009)

However sometimes a newer version does not work.
The older version is needed.

Okay,...............let's use the scientific method then.........
Flip a coin.

(NO, that isn't scientific, lol!)

Suggest download AND install the older version.
(Coin came up Tails..................................KIDDING!)

A) Under the subheading - Version, and to the right of - Download from, click on the blue -> Global

A small window will come up -

Make SURE there is a Green dot in the small circle, to the left of Save File.
IF not;
Left-click in the small empty circle to the left of Save File.
Now go below in the small window, and click on OK.

A small download window will come up.
Allow the file to download ALL the way, then DOUBLE-click right on the file name.

In the next window go to the far left, and click on -
Extract all files.

At the bottom of the next 3 small windows, click on -
Next, Next, and Finish.

DO NOT change anything in the second small window.
Just click on Next, Next, and Finish; at the bottom of the 3 small windows ]

If you are not asked to restart your computer, do so.
Close all windows, go back to your desktop screen.
Click on Start > Turn Off Computer > Restart.

A Zip file is a Compressed file.
It is used to send large amounts of information more easily.
It needs to be uncompressed, or 'unzipped' ]

As for display is dim, and no sound; stated together........hmmm.

When THE driver is not installed for the VGA, Windows uses the default driver - VGASAVE.

So I will assume that installing THE driver needed, should cure your display problem.

Has NOTHING to do with Audio, though. (Sound)

Suggest go back to Asus driver download page, and download AND install; the audio driver.

There are FOUR audio drivers listed.
I leave which one to use up to you.
Perhaps research online, and see if you can find out what bugs were worked out, for the newer versions.
Then decide if one of the newer versions is a good choice, or just use the old version.

This could look confusing, so hopefully I state it plainly enough, that it isn't......

The old version is Version
The newer versions are;
Version 5.10.5821/, and Version
(Top file)

Version, is for Windows XP 64-bit.
Not the Windows XP 32-bit version you have.

So the Audio (Sound) file you need, is one of the other three.

IMHO I would use the old version, but in reality it is up to you.

Driver: Small piece of software that allows the Operating System to communicate with a device.

In this case the device is the Audio chipset, and the Operating System is Windows XP.

One last thing.............

After you install the Audio driver........
If you do not have the Volume icon in your taskbar.
(Taskbar is at bottom of Windows desktop screen. The Time is in it, for one)

Click on Start > Control Panel > Sounds, Speech and Audio Devices.
On this page click on Sounds and Audio Devices. (Bottom)

In the middle of the Sounds and Audio Devices Properties window, that you are in now, go down to the blue - Device volume subheading.

Left-click in the empty square box, to the left of -
Place volume icon in the taskbar.
Now go below to the Right, and click on Apply.
Then go below to the Left, and click on OK.

For additional questions please post in a Comment.
Or click on Reply at end of solution, and post.


May 14, 2013 | Computers & Internet

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Cannot install MGI PhotoSuite4 on a computer running Windows 7 OS

The PhotoSuite 4 program is very old and won't work under Windows 7. says that the version 4 Platinum edition ran under Win95-Win2000 versions of the Windows OS. Thus even the compatibility mode probably won't help under Windows 7 32-bit. You can try it though by right clicking on the installer and then selecting Properties. In the Compatibility Mode tab, select Always Run this program in the compatibility mode and an older version of Windows. Then right click again and choose Run as Administrator. (You may have to do this again on the program itself.) Since Win7 64-bit requires signed drivers or programs, it is not as likely to work. (Check your version of Windows 7 by clicking Start > Control Panel > System and Security > System. If the title of your OS ends with x64, you have the 64-bit OS. Otherwise, you have the 32-bit OS.)

If you have Windows 7 Pro or Ultimate (or upgrade to one of those versions), you can run a virtual version of XP for free. Download and install Microsoft's Virtual PC and then XP mode (in order). This works best if your CPU supports virtualization and you enable the feature in your computer's BIOS. (There are work-arounds for computers without virtualization. See the MS support pages.) Install your PhotoSuite inside the virtual XP program in that case.This old software may run in that case. (However, I've had some Win2K software that ran under XP with the compatibility mode but didn't run under the virtual XP. Note: virtual computers do have some additional limitations. They do not talk to the host hard drive and other hardware directly. (You can install a printer on the host machine or the virtual machine but not both.) You'll need to save files on external media (flash drive, optical disc or other hard drive) to transfer them between the machines).

Another option is to run an older version of Windows on another computer, as a dual boot computer or with Virtual PC (or another virtual computer package - VMWare or Parallels). In that case, you need a licensed version of the older Windows OS. Again install the program while running the older OS.

The final option is to upgrade to a Windows 7 compatible Photo editor and organizer. (Even the Microsoft Windows Live Photo Gallery has some of the features of Photosuite SE.)

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells

Mar 24, 2012 | MGI Software PhotoSuite SE V4.0

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What OS is your computer running? I found the drivers for supported OS versions here: . The direct links are listed below. (All are .zip files so you will need to unzip them.)
Mac .
Win95-98 .
Win NT and Win2K .

If you have a newer Windows OS, you can try the compatibility mode. (The NT driver will likely work in XP. If you have Vista or Win7 32-bit OS, it's possible they will work but maybe not. If you have the 64-bit version, the above files will not work directly.) For executable files in Windows, right click on the .exe file and choose properties. Select the Compatibility tab and check Always run this program in the Compatibility Mode. Select the appropriate older version of Windows. Then click Apply. Close the Properties window. Then right click again on the file and choose Run as Administrator (required for Win7 and Vista).

To check if you have the 64-bit OS, click Start > Control Panel > System and Security > System (for Win7). In Vista, the steps may be slightly different. If the version name ends with x64, you have a 64-bit OS. Otherwise, you have the 32-bit version.

If you have a 64-bit OS, you need a 32-bit OS for a work-around. This can be a true second computer, a dual boot system (2 partitions with different OSes loaded), or a virtual computer with an older version of the OS. If you have Windows 7 Pro or Ultimate, you can install a virtual XP computer for free. Go to and download Virtual PC and the XP mode program. Install them in order. Then install your printer under XP as if it were the only computer running. (Note some computer hardware limits may stop you from using this option.) There are other virtual computer programs (VMWare, Parallels). However for the other virtual computer programs or the dual boot or second computer options, you need a licensed copy of the older OS.

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells

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It says it cant start or run do to incompatibility with 64 bit versions of windows....any way i can make my mission think game work? :/

The Learning Company Super Solver Mission T.H.I.N.K. was released in 1999 for Windows 3 and probably Windows 95/98. It could run under XP in the compatibility mode.

For a newer Windows OS, you need a workaround. You can use a a computer (virtual, dual-boot, or true second machine) with an older version of Windows installed. If you have Win7 Pro or Ultimate, you can create a virtual XP computer for free. Download and install Virtual PC and XP mode from Microsoft. Install them in order. Then install the XP software in the virtual computer using the compatibility mode and it should work. (Other virtual computer programs are Parallels and VMWare.) All of the other options will require a licensed version of the older Windows OS. If your computer has a USB keyboard and mouse, you will need to use Win98 or newer OS. (However, the drivers may be an issue with Win98.)

For the compatibility mode, right click on the installer and choose Properties. In the compatibility tab, check the box for Run as compatible with an older version of Windows. Then launch the program.

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells
(Windows 95b supported USB but it wasn't really ready for the USB)

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How to convert window 7 to window xp?

Sorry for this answer but you cannot convert back Windows. You only are able to Upgrade but you can't rollback.
You have to backup all of your files on your system drive and then reboot your machine while you are inserted the Windows XP CD into your drive.
Boot with it and Format your system drive and then install Windows XP on that drive. But if you want to keep your 7, you can Install XP on a different drive and then by using Vista BootPro program, repair your boot because Vista and 7 are using a new version of boot manager and XP uses the older one.

Feb 26, 2011 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional With...

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Why can't I download my CANO SCAN set up CD-Rom on to my new Windows 7

The CD-ROM has the installers for older versions of Windows. The installation routines for the newer versions of Windows have changed considerably from those that were in use when the CD was written. You can get the drivers and Canon Toolbox software for the scanner from Canon: . Select Windows 7 in the dropdown menu. The software will work with any version of Windows 7.

The only exception is that the third-party software is not available for downloads. If you want to use the original CD software (assuming the disc is undamaged) and you have Windows 7 Pro or Ultimate, you can download and install Virtual PC and XP mode for a free XP virtual computer. Then install the scanner to the "XP computer" as you normally would. However, the virtual computer and the Win7 computer cannot both have the hardware installed simultaneously. So to share files, you may need to save them to external media (optical or hard drive). If you have one of the other versions of Windows 7, you can do the same thing with any virtual PC program and a licensed older version of Windows.

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells

Feb 12, 2011 | Canon CanoScan LiDE 25 Flatbed Scanner

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I need the software to run it.

The manual and driver for supported OS versions are here: . The manuals for all of their cameras are listed first and then the drivers. They are listed in order so the DXG-572V driver is in the third line, third from the right of the driver section.

The driver may not have been updated from the original which for Windows XP/ME/2000/98SE. In Windows Vista 32-bit the driver may work or the correct driver may be in the OS. For Windows 7 32-bit, use the driver built into the OS. (Microsoft's compatibility center provided the information.)

With the 64-bit versions of these newer versions of Windows, the compatibility is unknown. However, the driver from the DXG site will probably not work without the compatibility mode, if it works at all. For compatibility mode, right click on the exe file and choose Properties, select the Compatibility tab and set it to run as Compatible with an older version of Windows. Then right click and Run as Administrator. Otherwise, keep it on a computer with the older OS, use a dual boot with the older OS or a virtual computer with an older version of Windows. With Win7 Pro or Ultimate, you can use the XP mode for a free virtual computer. (Download and install Microsoft's Virtual PC and then XP mode; install the camera to the virtual computer.) All other methods will need a licensed version of an older version of Windows. The only issue with the virtual computer is that files can't be shared between the two computers directly. Put them on external or optical media to share them with the real computer.

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells

Dec 14, 2010 | DXG Technology DXG-572V Digital Camera

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