I load a new software and my laptop confirms successful loading of software. An icon is generated on my desktop. When I click on it it starts a splash screen as if the software is going to open. Then it disapears. I click on the icon again and this time I get a pop up screen that says the software is already running and to open from the program. Can't find the program
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By "Pages not loading" do you mean web pages, or the Apple word processing program called Pages?
If it is the latter, and you have had success with it loading in the past, I would be inclined that there are either redundant software links (confusing the program), missing software links, or file corruption issues.
My go to, assuming that you have had success running pages in the past, would be to uninstall and then reinstall the program itself. Pages may even give you an option in which you can install the software overtop of itself in order to fix any issues with your installation.
Could you please clarify what it is you are loading the maps onto? is it a palm pilot, gps, computer? and if so what is the make and model or operating system. if you can please provide me with these details i can assist you further. Thanks, Midwest-tek
Sorry, Intel stopped making these years ago. They DID post updated drivers, but long before Vista arrived. Go to the Intel web site, your only other hope is to find a blog of Intel QX3 users, maybe some gearhead updated the driver pro bono.
Try loading it piggyback with another programme. Delete your old CD drive from programmes, and then load it under Vista run/progins/run/my docs It will run and put it on, but then move it from my docs to the main Icon
What have you tried to install the software. I have found that many software CD's or DVD's need to simply be opened by right-clicking on the drive's icon and selecting the 'Explore' option. When the disc icons are shown, select the Setup.exe or Autorun.exe and the software will install. If after installing the software doesn't run, try running it in compatibillity mode for Windows XP.
Pagemaker 6.5 is designed to be used with Windows 95 / 98 / NT 4, therefore in order to run it in Vista I'd suggest to run your Pagemaker 6.5 using Compatinity Mode --> Go to your Desktop --> Right click on the program icon--> properties-->Compatibility--> select one of the versions above
whats ur operating system. i think it is vista. that may be the compatiblity problem with ur software. try it on windows XP . it will solve.. if u want to work it on vista, then u have to download a vista supporting version of that particular software...thats all