Question about Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate Edition
Adobe will not allow me to save a PICS to file. When I try to save the program shutdown. Up until a week ago I was using both Windows 2000 and XP with not problems. Only Vista OS
Go into the PhotoDeluxe2.0 CD ROM file list, right click on setup.exe and then go to the compatability tab. Select Win 98/ME. Hit OK. Then double-click on setup.exe. Program should install on Vista. Then find setup.exe on your hard drive, and set the compatability to Windows 98/ME. Program runs, but says something about not being able to load 16-bit driver. Just cancel out of that popup window. Program works fine...for me...so far.
Posted on Mar 26, 2008
I had the same problem with Adobe Photo 3.1when I upgrade to Windows XP...Not sure it will work with Vista but worth a shot.. Uninstall Photo Deluxe through ADD/REMOVE Programs..Go into programs and delete the Adobe Photo folder..Place the photo deluxe CD in the rom drive. If it auto runs cancel the auto run. Open My Computer and right click on Photo Deluxe (D) drive or the drive you used. Click on Explore then right click Setup.exe. Setup window will appear. Now click on the Compatibility Tab. Set it for Windows 98 or Me then click apply then click ok. Now go back and run Setup. Do not auto run. Hope this helps worked great with my Windows Xp.
Posted on Feb 29, 2008
Vista does not seem to work well yet with Adobe(older versionS).
Adobe CS3 is the only prog. @ present able to handle Vista.
If you are using older versions,stay with XP & 2000
Posted on Feb 02, 2008
Here's is what is happening with the memory problem. Older programs such as PhotoDeluxe 2.0 and 3.0 do not know how to read higher ram and video memory. The program is reading any thing over 512mb video or ram as a negitive number . aka. you have +2 gigs of ram on board, PhotoDeluxe is reading it as negative 1.96mb ram. Another issue with the virtual memory is back when PhotoDeluxe was released a 1 gig hard drive was not even thought of. So PhotoDeluxe is once again reading negative Virtual Memory. Want PhotoDeluxe to work? What I did was just got an older Pc with a tiny 10gig IDE HDD drive and 256mb ram and installed Widows 95 on it and just use a flash drive when I need to work on a picture. The same thing is happening with the Older version of Music Match's Audio editor and Tag editor.
Their is a way to fix Adobe and Music Match to run on a newer operating system but unless ya'll ask I m not typing as it takes a lot of mods to the actual program its self. If ya want to run them on Vista or Windows 7 it is able too, just ask here on this page and I''ll post it.
Posted on Jun 27, 2010
Solution #2...your absolutely right! I did just what you said and it worked. One minor point of clarification. After you set up photodeluxe (as you described) go to the .exe start icon, right click on it and click on properties to set the compatibility. As said above choose "windows 98 and me" at least thats what mine says. All the rest is spot on. Thanks a million!
Posted on Apr 08, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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