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Need driver for QuickVerse 2007 Gold Edition for Mac

Can't open the library in QuickVerse. Therefore, I can't open anybooks! I have a MacBook Pro with Mac OS X Leopard. Need HELP!!!! Where can I find a Driver?

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    Just purchased Quick Verse 2007 edition for mac. The bible programs will not open. Do I have a driver issue and what is the fix.

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SOURCE: 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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SOURCE: quickverse 7.0 and vista

run msconfig and check if any Office programs
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