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I think the best option for you is to Upgrade to Pinnacle Studio 14 which is $0, or Pinnacle Studio 14 Ultimate, which costs $70. An upgrade is cheaper than buying the entire version which will cost you about $130. The upgrade will work with Windows 7, Windows Vista (SP2), Windows XP (SP3).
On the other hand, if a program cannot be run under Windows 7 because of compatibility issues, you can right click on the executable file that will start the application and click Properties. Select Compatibility tab and check the Windows version you know the program worked with before. This will make it run as if it was running in Windows XP. You can find more about this Compatibility issue on Microsoft website: http://windows.microsoft.com/en-AU/windows-vista/Make-older-programs-run-in-this-version-of-Windows
Hello chandira_gan, i found latest driver for your Nvidia GeForce FX 5500 from website fully compatible with Windows Vista, Xp. Click save driver to your computer, install the driver, don't forget to restart the computer. Copy and paste link into your browser and press enter.
Yes there is a solution, pop the restore cd rom (the one you got when you bought the computer) into the disc drive and restore windows, that will reinstall everything, but you will loose whatever you install after you bought it and you need to save stuff in your document folder to a thumb drive first. Or you can purchase the new window 7 OS. Always make sure you have an antivirus program running. Contact me if you need further help.
1. Download this driver.
2. Go to the Control Panel, Programs and uninstall the current nvidia driver.
3. Shut down computer.
4. Remove video card and re-install it.
5. Start computer and install new nvidia driver.
THE LANGUAGE OR PROGRAM IS ADVANCE LANGUAGE WRITEN IN A DIFFERENT CODE, WINDOWS XP CODE IS DIFFERENT CODE THAN VISTA 32 - 64 BIT SYSTEM, THE 32BIT IS NOT TOTALLY COMPATABLE THERE IS SOME ITEMS THAT MITE WORK BUT YOU ARE DEFEETING THE PURPOSE WHY YOU WENT TO VISTA, OPEN LOTS OF WINDOWS APPLICATION AND RUN THEM ALL AT THE SAME TIME WITHOUT WAITING ONE PROGRAM TO FINISH BEFORE YOU CAN START ANOTHER ONE, MULTIPLEXING. I HOPE THAT HELPED YOU, NOW WE HAVE WINDOWS7 OUT BETTER THAN VISTA
Download the unified Radeon drivers from ATI's website... do not use Windows update. Get the Drivers Only package. for Vista 32-bit
If you can get to the desktop: Uninstall the existing display drivers by using the remove hardware utility. Whatever they are... remove them. Reboot. Windows will try to reinstall the drivers on the next boot. If it allows you cancel the installation at any time during install do it. Run the downloaded package from ATI. Reboot.
If you can't get to the desktop: Press F8 when booting and enter safe mode with networking. Download the ATI drivers from ati.com for Vista 32-bit. Uninstall the display drivers. Reboot. Should take you to the desktop on the next boot so you can run the install program.