Question about HP Pavilion dv4000 Notebook
When I load a label making "type" software that I received via the mail it loads and confirms that the program was loaded successfully. An icon is placed on the desktop. I click on it and the program starts up with a "splash" screen then it disapears. When I click on the icon again I get a pop up screen that says the program is already running and to open the program using file/open in the program. I can't find the program. It is not minimized and when I check the Task Manager it clearly shows this particular program is running. I requested another cd of this same program because I thought there might be a corrupted file on the 1st cd, but the problem happens with the 2nd disk as well. The laptop is fairly new, about a year old. I've loaded many other programs. Is this a software issue or an HP dv4000 issue?
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
Posted on Dec 13, 2007
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