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You can do 2 things:
1 - try to run them in XP mode - right click on its icon, then Properties, then Compatibility, check 'Run this program in compatibility mode for' and select Windows XP in the drop down menu and finally at the bottom of the compatibility tab, check 'Run this program as administrator'. 2 - install http://www.microsoft.com/windows/virtual-pc/ , configure it and in it install XP and all the soft with problems, starting with the games.
Try right clicking the program from the start menu, then click that thing on the bottom of the list, called "Properties".
A box will show up. Click on "Compatability". You should be able to figure it out from there.
1. Click START.
2. Click ALL PROGRAMS.
3. scroll to the thing you are talking about.
4. Right click on it.
5.Go down to the bottom of the list, and click "Properties".
6. A box will show up, click on compatability.
Let your imagination take it from there. Hope it does what you want.
Hi san, many of vista's problems can be resloved by useing there combatilty mode, its in the properties if you right click on the programe. Make sure to click "Run this program in XP SP2" and "run as administaror" are checked. Good Luck