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I just purchased an Acer Aspire computer that runs Windows Vista 64-bit edition. I am unable to load my ZIP version 2.2.1. I have all of my art and photography on this driver. The error reads "can not start or run due to incompatatibity with 64-bit version of Windows. Please contact the software vendor to ask if a 64-bit Windows compatible version is available. PLEASE HELP me. Kim kimberlyessmyth@yahoo.com

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    I have a DELL INSPIRON and I am unable to load my ZIP 100 version 2.2.1. I have all of my art and photography on this driver. The error reads "can not start or run due to incompatatibity with 64-bit version of Windows.

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