Question about Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate, Full Version (PC DVD)
Drivers and memory not working have windows 7 ultimate now just need a way to reinstall on HP
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Posted on Feb 22, 2016
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Geniatechs Website lists Drivers for Vista 32bit but not 64bit.
I don't know enough about 64bit Vista to know wheter or not it allows you to run 32 bit drivers in compatability mode or not but seeing as its refusing to install your drivers I'm guessing not. So heres a list of possible solutions for you.
Check for existance of 3rd party drivers (Perhaps someone out the who is skilled at coding has the same device and built and released viable drivers)
Dual boot with an Operating system that is compatable with your current driver (Win XP or Vista 32bit)
Pester Geniatechs support to release 64 bit drivers (Perhaps if enough people demand it they will take notice)
Research similiar devices that have 64bit drivers (From my experience there aren't many manufacturers that are releasing devices with drivers for 64bit Windows)
Might look into Drivers for Linux/Unix (they've been developing for 64bit for a long time, and if you have Vista Ultimate, it includes code to run UNIX/Linux code natively)
Hope this helps
Posted on Nov 06, 2008
heh if your looking for a free download I would assume that's against the FixYa ToS. I would suggest calling Microsoft or going to a local electronics retailer and Purchase a legit copy of the OS. Software developers are people too. They need to eat and have families just like you and I.
Posted on Jan 24, 2009
If the computer appears to be frozen in a program, the update will not do you any good.
Depending on how long you waited, I would invoke the task manager and see what process is hung up.
press ctrl/alt/del simultaneously only once, the task manager screen should appear, select the bottom option.
When the window pops up, select the far left tab (applications or programs) and see which is running or which is not.
If there is one or more that are not responding, terminate them by selecting them and clicking on the button end program.
You will get a warning, acknowledge it and continue.
If this was holding up your system, you should be able to restore your system to an earlier point using system restore.
If your system is COMPLETELY unresponsive, then you have no choice but to shut it down. hold the power button for 5 sec (default power down)
when the system comes back up, it will ask you how you would like to boot, (safe mode normal mode.....)
Select normal boot up.
Restore your system to the last restore point.
When your system is again functioning properly, create your new restore point, then try the update again.
Posted on Sep 28, 2010
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