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Installing "notes" I had quick verse 7 on my computer that was running XP and I had added many general notes. Now I have Vista and I cannot import my notes. I've exported them from my XP version....I've even copies the same files to my new installation....and no matter what I try....I cannot recover my "notes". Can you please help me. Betty------betlo@comcast.net

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Did you try to go to the folder where the notes are stored in Quickverse program folder and put them into the new folder?

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Running windows vista service pack 2 but quicken 2014 won't open


One solution would be to run it pretending your Vista is XP. I have seen it done but as I have no Vista machine, I cannot tell you the steps. Search for running Vista in XP mode - once you have managed that, try installing the software.
The second solution would be to open a virtual machine on Vista and running that as an XP machine. Again, I have seen it done.

Try the links I have added below.

The problem I had was with Quickbooks, not Quicken, but the principle is the same and worth a try. Good luck.

Use XP Compatibility Mode in Windows Vista Win7 Vista Windows XP Compatibility Mode in Windows 7 and Vista

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on Jan 17, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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Cannot install my Quick Verse Version 5 on my new Dell computer with Windows 7. Message says it is incompatible with Windows 7. Any suggestions?


Good day,

Before Double clicking the Setup icon on installing the Software. Right click the Setup Icon and Choose "Run Compatibility Mode" and Choose windows XP.


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Aug 18, 2011 | Parsons QuickVerse 2005 Expanded Edition...

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I want to install Quick verse 7 on my new windows 7 computer. What special instructions do I need? Bruce


The system requirements of this software are Windows 95 / 98 / ME / NT / 2000 / XP only. but their are new version of Quick verse 7 that are compatible in window 7 visit this link..

http://www.quickverse.com/Shopfiles/product_details.asp?ID=41244

Apr 25, 2011 | Parsons QuickVerse 7 Essentials (fe11044)...

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I have a sharp camcorder that will not play though my toshiba laptop, I have windows7 and the cd that came with the viewcam z model num. VL-Z7S is for windows XP is DVC USB Driver ver.1.1


You have the CD and now you don't have the compatible CD for windows 7,
now all you have to do is to acquire your videos through (MOVIE MAKER SOFTWARE)

1.Microsoft recommends the free download of the latest Windows Live Suite, which includes Windows Live Movie Maker (WLMM) for Vista and Windows 7 (XP doesn't support WLMM). That gets you the newest version, but one considerably slimmed down in features from MM2.1 in XP or MM6 in Vista. It's good for quickly and easily making a video and uploading to YouTube, but not for anything close to the kinds of serious editing you can do with classic versions of Movie Maker.
Experienced users will want to continue with what they've become accustomed to. It turns out the special Vista edition MM2.6 downloads, installs and works fine on Windows 7. It was produced by Microsoft to help those who were having problems with the version 6.0 in Vista. Although stripped of many features, it's pretty much aligned with the familiar MM2.1 of Windows XP. MM2.6 is the only classic version of Movie Maker that's a stand-alone download from Microsoft and an easy installation ... get it at:



2. here is Movie Maker 2.6
MM2.6 has the features to fully edit and produce a video, but it doesn't have the importing feature of MM2.1. For that, you can use the import wizard in the Windows Live Suite. MM2.6 works well with the Pixelan Spice FX6 packages of extras and Wizards, and you can setup other custom effects and transitions to work with it.
I've copied MM1 and MM2.1 from my XP system and MM6 from my Vista system, registered the DLLs and they are working well. But I haven't yet added many of the thousands of extra 3rd party special effects and transitions that are on my XP and Vista computers.
It turns out installing MM2.6 also resolved some Issues I experienced with MM2.1 in Windows 7. It's not surprising as they are very similar with one made for XP and the other for Vista. The Windows 7 system is closer to Vista.
3.Now Importing a Video
In addition to the newest version of Movie Maker, the Windows Live Suite includes a video import wizard that works with a mini-DV or digital8 camcorder connected by FireWire. MM1 and MM2.1 in Windows 7 also capture video from my mini-DV camcorder, when connected by FireWire.
Imported video clips can be browsed in the folders of the Windows Live Photo Gallery or imported into the collections of the classic versions of Movie Maker.
Starting with no version of Movie Maker in Windows 7, I'm now running with five of them.


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Apr 03, 2011 | Sharp VL-Z7S Mini DV Digital Camcorder

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MPEG VIO Driver Error photo explosion special edition 3.0


How to correct a Load MPEG VIO Driver Error in Windows Vista.

If you are experiencing this issue with Windows Vista, please follow these directions:

Note: These steps are only for Windows Vista. If you are experiencing the problem on Windows XP, please see the directions found here: KB Article 1469

1. Uninstall Photo Explosion 3.0.
2. Reinstall Photo Explosion 3.0.
3. Restart the computer.
4. Download the Vista update for Photo Explosion 3.0 from the following link:

http://www.novadevelopment.com/Support/Updates.aspx

Note: Please make sure you download the correct one for your version of Photo Explosion 3.0. If you have the Deluxe version, download the Deluxe update. If you have the regular version, download the non-Deluxe update.
5. Save the update to an easily accessible location, such as your Desktop.
6. Once downloaded, go to where the update was saved and double-click the update.
7. After installing the update, you should no longer experience this problem.

Note: It is extremely important that you do not run Photo Explosion until you have restarted the computer and installed the update. If you run the program before installing the update, you will need to start the steps over from the beginning.

This comes directly from the Nova FAQs. Hope this helps!

Jun 30, 2010 | Nova Development Photo Explosion Deluxe...

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I have purchased lenovo laptop with windows7 preinstalled in it, but i would like to install WinXp, but for that i need sata drivers for this particular laptop, so from where can i get the sata drivers for...


Unfortunately, we do not have windows xp installers since our tie-up with microsoft ended in selling windows xp installers. We only cater windows vista downgrade. On your other concern, SATA drivers is located on our website consumersupport.lenovo.com.

Just type the model of your laptop and download the driver of your choice..

Jun 18, 2010 | IBM Computers & Internet

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Any problems to upgrade from 6 to 7?


hello, and the anser is no it should'nt be a problem to run 7 with win xp even though you have 6 allready.

Mar 30, 2009 | Parsons QuickVerse 7 Essentials (fe11044)...

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Not possible xp installation


How to Downgrade Vista to XP Downgrading from Windows Vista to Windows XP is almost like installing Windows XP for the first time. You should take all the normal precautions like backing up all your important files and record important passwords in a different place, preferably on a CD. When you downgrade from Windows Vista to XP, note that Windows Vista will be completely removed from your system.
(Note: There is a way to have both Vista and XP in a dual boot configuration, but that's an option for more advanced users. See Dual Booting Vista and XP for more info on that.)
Before you begin the XP installation, make sure that the necessary XP hardware drivers are available, or included on the XP disk provided by your PC vendor. If in doubt, check the vendor's website or poke around with your favorite search engine to see if others have attempted the XP install on the same hardware. You may be able to install XP without all the needed drivers, but some hardware may not work afterwards.
Also, make sure that you have a genuine Windows XP CD before you begin the downgrade. Be sure to read the section earlier in this article to see if you qualify for a low/no cost XP recovery disk from your PC vendor. If not, perhaps you have an XP disc that came with another computer. If you've upgraded an existing computer from XP to Vista, the best choice would be the XP install/recovery disc that came with that computer. One some PC's the vendor doesn't ship a CD, but the recovery CD can be created from disk images on the hard drive. If all else fails, you can always buy a copy of Windows XP on Ebay. Just be sure it's a legal, licensed copy.
Follow these steps to install Windows XP on your Vista machine:
  • Insert your Windows XP install/recovery CD and restart your computer.
  • Install Windows XP normally, providing either the product key that came with the disk, or the one you got from Microsoft customer support. If the installer warns you that another copy of Windows is already installed, don't worry. Remember, this install will wipe out your existing Vista installation.
  • Activate your copy of Windows XP when it prompts you to do so. If you run into the "already activated" problem, you can use the option to activate by phone.
  • If you own Vista Business or Vista Ultimate, explain to the rep that you want to use your Downgrade Rights to install XP Pro.
  • If you own Vista Home Basic/Premium, or you are installing XP Home Edition, don't mention ANYTHING about Vista. Just give the rep your XP product key (not the Vista key), explain that you are installing XP on a new hard drive, and tell them you need to activate.

Mar 30, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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Quickverse 7.0 and vista


I tried the following and it works. I had several bad installs and this works. My guess is that the first steps are not necessary, but they won't hurt.

1. Insert the first CD and explore to find the autorun file. Right click and choose properties, and run it in compatability mode with Windows 98.

2. Right click again on the autorun file and choose to run it as administrator.

3. Follow all the regular steps for installation.

4. On the new shortcut, right click and choose properties, run in compatability mode with Windows 98.

5. Finally, right click on the shortcut icon and choose to run the file as administrator.

Good luck. It is a wonderful software I have had for ten years and used on a half dozen computers.

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