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Windows 7, without a doubt. Personally I would "Downgrade" and completely Format the machines and Install XP SP2. Ensure you have all the "Drivers" for the machines. Then, install XP & configure. I see this type of "Problem" time and time again.. Windows 7 doesn't play well with everything. er anything? This may seem a lot of work, but trust me you will spend more time "Troubleshooting" Win 7, than it will take to do what I suggested. As an aside here it IS possible to "Dual Boot" ie: One can install BOTH OS's on the one machine.. & choose what you want at boot time. Any competent engineer should have no trouble in doing all this. Then the software will work as it should. & NO don't use Vista either, for much the same reasons.
Posted on Feb 08, 2010
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