I am running Vista home premiem.. The tower is brand new, first time user of vista.. It came with all these software trials and some software.. That is don't won't.. I would like to know how to uninstall this stuff please it just makes things confusing i have brought the proper software, so it is like i have it on there twice, but one is only trials, aparently it is stored on the hard drive..
Please any help would be apreciated, I am a bummy to vista..
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Have you purchased the full versions of the softwares which are provided to you along with the pc.
If yes ,then you just uninstall the trials using the unistall a program utility in the control panel.
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This feature can be seen in XP as well as Vista computers. if such error occurs in xp try making a new user account with administrator rights and then try to install office 2003. also check the services.msc from run window and be sure that the windows installer is started.
In case of vista try installing from administrator account and if this is not working create new user account with administrator rights. even if this gives the problem then User Account control (UAC) should be turned off. this will probably solve ur problem.
The trial version will run for a certain amount of time from when you first start using it. After that to get a product key you must purchase it, the program is only free for a short time once you start using it. Once the trial runs out you won't be able to make changes to anything you saved in it or use any of the features of the program.
A lot of Vista users have run into this problem. From what I can tell...you need to do a system restore. One suggestion was to change the default printer(?). Another was to use Open Office, which is free. Sorry, not a Vista user, wised up after a month.
Well this is kinda of a funky setup you got going with 3 drives, why dont you make a partition on the c drive to handle vista and make another partition on C: to handle xp? Run a multiboot and there you go. See vista is going to take over that secound drive no matter what, also you got to realize that its hard stating a multiboot from two diffrent drives, use your other 2 drives to store your programs and your set.
Yes and no. Think of 'platform' as a general header when looking at operating architectures (there are different types) and Vista choices.
Vista choices under the 'platform' 32-bit are:
• Windows Vista Home Basic 32-bit • Windows Vista Home Premium 32-bit • Windows Vista Ultimate 32-bit • Windows Vista Business 32-bit • Windows Vista Enterprise 32-bit
Another example of the "64-bit platform" and Vista choices are:
• Windows Vista Home Basic 64-bit Edition • Windows Vista Home Premium 64-bit Edition • Windows Vista Ultimate 64-bit Edition
• Windows Vista Business 64-bit Edition • Windows Vista Enterprise 64-bit Edition
you need to firstly check if you are an administrator. Windows Vista will only allow administrators to install programs.
Go to control panel and users to see if it say's administrator under your user name. If it doesn't then you need to either sign on as the administrator or change your user details to administrator, then you will be able to install it. Once it has loaded and you are happy with it, uninstall the 60 day trial version. It will be using a different liscense key to the new CD version of office that you have.
Quicbooks 2003 runs very well in vista. To know how to get it running, you need to have administrative rights and then you run as administrator the quickbooks icon on the desktop of vista. if you have a problem, please email me firstname.lastname@example.org . I will be willing to assist in details.