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I am trying to load my Stationary, Brochures software. Instructions tell me to select CDSETUP or CDSETUP.EXE or SETUP or SETUP.EXE I have none of those options in my LOOKIN folder. How do I load this thing? Thanks

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When you put the cd in the optical drive you can brows to the cd rom and on the first page will be setup

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Dear DMGreen,
May i know the name of Software, which you are trying to install?

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Call of duty 2 will not load on windows 7


Run the Program Compatibility Wizard

  1. Open the Program Compatibility Wizard by clicking the Start button 4f6cbd09-148c-4dd8-b1f2-48f232a2fd33_47.png, clicking Control Panel, clicking Programs, and then clicking Use an older program with this version of Windows.
  2. Follow the instructions in the wizard.

If you cannot install a program, insert the installation disc for the program and, using the wizard, browse to the program's setup file, usually called Setup.exe, Install.exe, or something similar. The wizard is not designed to work on programs that have an .msi file name extension.
To change compatibility settings manually for a program, right-click the icon for the program, click Properties, and then click the Compatibility tab.

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How to install Windows XP software,..... in Windows 7


This is a short guide on how to install the Windows XP compatible Driver or Software/application on Windows 7 system. There are many applications and hardwares which are not compatible with Windows 7. For example, many old machines/computers don't have drivers to run all the hardwares on Windows 7. Of course, most drivers have been updated by the respective manufacturers, but still there are numerous left out.
In this demonstration, I am going to use CDS/ISIS for Windows (Winisis) as the software which isn't compatible with Windows 7. I don't mean you should install this to perform the steps, but I am only taking Winisis as an example, the steps should be more or less similar and I do hope that readers will definitely understand to perform following the steps below.

Step. 1. First of all, download or save the driver/software/application setup file i.e. install usually named as "setup.exe" on your computer. You can create a folder or you can simply save the file on your Desktop. The setup file may have different names, but that's not the matter as long as you can identify which one to run. Now locate the setup.exe file, in the below example, it's "Winisis15_3".

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Step. 2. Right click the setup file, and click "Properties" from the right-click drop down menu.



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Step. 3. The properties "Dialog box" will pop up, cick the "Compatibility" tab.


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Step. 3. Now on the "compatibility" section, click select the check box "Run this program in compatibility mode for:" and click the tab just below the "Run this program in compatibility mode for:", from the drop-down list, select "Windows XP (Service Pack 2)"

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Step. 4. Now, select the "Run this program as Administrator", cick "Apply" and then "Ok" to close the Window.



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Step. 5. Go to the folder where the setup file is saved, double-click to run, the Window 7 "User Account Control" warning message dialog box will pop up (if it's not disabled) click "Yes"


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and follow the onscreen instructions to install the software/driver/application. The install steps will proceed ahead without any problem. Once the install is completed, restart your computer for the changes to take effect. You do not need to restart after every install, but if you are prompted to restart, do so.


Cheers!! You now have windows xp driver/software/application installed on Windows 7. Thanks for dropping by :).

NB. You can also perform this on Windows Vista to install Windows XP driver.

*Please leave comments for issues related Windows 7, I am ready to share with you all and am also glad to learn from you too..

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I'm trying to install a program but it is telling me it can't run, it requires run as. how do I fix this


This occurs when you are trying to install an older program on modern machines. Old DOS-based software can sometimes be run in a window, but may require much manual setup. Older Windows-based software may be restricted because the programmers, knowing the software would not run on Windows 95, let's say, had the software look for the Windows 98 identification. Unfortunately, while those programs may well run under Windows XP, since the program is only looking for Windows 98, it see this as in incompatible operating system. Therefore Microsoft gives you the ability to run these programs in a "run as" mode. You select which OS you wish the software to "see". So if your setup program won't run because of this issue, try this: Right click on the setup program icon, select the COMPATIBILITY Tab, and try using COMPATIBILITY Mode. Tinker with the setting and retry to load the program. Hopefully you have a good outcome. Of course the better solution is to get a version of the software that is updated and compatible with the current OS, but this is not always possible.

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How to install realtek ac97 avrack to my pc?\


Hi,
If you have software and driver of realtek ac97. double click setup.exe > continue anyway > wait and follow step by step software installation instructions. if finish, restart your PC. in the start-up menu already there avrack player, testing your favorate music.

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HOW TO DOWN LOAD THE PC SUITE OF SUMSANG


I want to forwerd my pic to my computer i am using galaxy tab

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UNABLE TO DOWNLOAD ITUNES TO MY unable to download itunes this is tghe messg I get: : C:\Documentsand Settings\DELL\Local Settings\Temporary Internet Files\Content.IE5\XMB6JTLP\iTUNES SETUP[1].EXE IS NOT...


It is required to clear the temporary folder before downloading the Software. For this click 'Start' button then select 'Run' (you can open 'Run' by press and hold Windows button on the keyboard and then pressing alphabet key 'R'). Type '%temp%' inside the Run window, and you will get a folder opened. Delete all the files in the folder and close it. Now try to download the Software, it will work.
All the best.

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Desktop will not load, cannot get to taskbar, start menu, icons


You would have to use an upgrade verison of WME and what is sad Microsoft does not offer this in an upgrade. In order to retain your data you may have to upgrade to Vista Home premium, I know I have said a bad thing, but your choices are slim to none. If you were able to retrieve WME disk and reload you would have to go through an extensive process and need Administrator level of access, if not Windows will want to wipe your machine and restart anew. Here's some links for info. I hope this was helpful.

http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/mediacenter/using/setup/default.mspx

http://www.microsoft.com/windows/windows-media-center/get-windows-vista.aspx

http://www.9software.com/Windows_XP_Media_Center_Edition_2005_OEM_p/winmceoem.htm&Click=5673

http://www.9software.com/product_p/661-00003dam.htm


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Unable to find a sound card that will work with windows vista 64


remove card an reboot a few times

then remove all creative software

then get current drivers 64bit

after is loaded then go in windows explorer to c:programfilescreative

then right click *.exe then properties select compatibilty mode choose XP

for all *.exe

shut down and install card

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Can't get the Print Workshop 2009 software to load. I have put in D:\setup.exe about 10 times and nothing happens. If you can help I would appreciate it. I am not a computer whiz so tell in easy steps....


Follow the maker's install instructions for installing it on the proper OS and hardware.  Go on and use the graphical interface as they say, even if you use adaptive tools to do it (clicking on a disk icon is hard for blind people, after most fashions.)   If you can get an error message out of it, perhaps from installing from in Windows PowerShell instead of a start-menu command line, that would be an improvement.

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