Question about Hitachi STARBOARD T-17SXL
Thay just want you to purchase new products, they could have easily make new drivers for WIN7. They will give an excuse that the products are too old to support the new OS. It is the Micorsoft and the hardware manufacturers that want you to buy new stuff.
I am still running XP since a lot of my hardware are still working just fine but they are not compatible with WIN 7.
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Posted on Mar 24, 2011
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1. Place the applications installation file on the Desktop.
2. Right Click the applications installation file and select Properties/Compatibility Tab. Select "Windows XP"
3. Click Apply/OK.
4. Right Click the file and select the Run As Administrator option to install.
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