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From windows 95 to windows 7 is a big jump in operating systems. If you can't get an update from the software's website, you may just be out of luck.
Posted on May 12, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There are a few things you can try.
1: Try and run ACT in compatibility mode.
Install the program normally
Go to the Directory where Act runs, usually Program Files
Right click on the Act program
Click on the compatibility tab
Select Windows XP
Try and run the Program
2: This one will be a little bit tricker and I won't list out steps unless you really want to try this route. Create a Virtual Machine, or Virtual PC, depending on if you use VMWare, or Virtual PC.
Hope this helps a little bit
Posted on Mar 15, 2009
I've tried off and on for a year to try to get assistance from Quicken and HP because my Quicken reports would not print. Everything else printed just fine. It was so frustrating because nothing worked. I needed to get reports to my accountant and thought I was just going to have to hand write the reports. In the end, I took a photo of the screen (with the report showing), downloaded the photo to the computer, tweeked it a bit with my photo software, then prrinted it. How goofy is this to get a report from a program that is supposed to make my life easier???!!!
Posted on Mar 03, 2010
Roxio 9, Roxio Creator 9 and Roxio Creator 10 are different animals. Roxio 9 is 3 years old +. It likely will not handle 64bit or Windows 7.
Roxio Creater 9 is not listed as compatible with Windows 7
The following are from the Roxio site:
The following products have been designed to be Window 7 compatible (as of January 2010):
The following products have been UPDATED to be Windows 7 compatible (as of January 2010):
Posted on Apr 04, 2010
SOURCE: My old computer with a
You will have to contact Borland support at to find out if the version of the software that you have will run under Win 7. I suspect that you may have to buy a new version of the Dbase program and hopefully you will be able to access your old 5.0 data files on your old hard drive with the new version of Dbase on your new Win 7 drive. I do know that you cannot run any application programs loaded on your old drive as Windows is no longer accessing the Registry (operating system database) on that drive. The old drive is good for accessing old data files only.
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Posted on Jan 23, 2011
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