The quicktime on my computer is not compatible with Handyshare software
We bought this two years ago.Handyshare worked on my other computer.My hard drive crashed so now we have a different computer.When I try to access Handyshare by plugging into the USB port I have to go looking in new hardware.I get a message telling me that my version of quicktime is too new to work with this app.
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The only thing I could suggest is to go to the canon websote and update all the software for the 700F so that they are compatible with 10.7.3. The other thing is to check that your quicktime software is uptodate as well.
Gungan Frontier is a 32-bit Win9x game from 1999. It should run fine on modern Windows under compatibility mode for Win 95/98. On 64-bit machines however, the QuickTime 3.0 installer will fail because its installer is a 16-bit application.
The game will still install, but it will detect that QuickTime 3.0 is not installed and refuse to start. You can trick the game into thinking it's installed by obtaining a valid QuickTime.qts, and placing it into System32 (or the game folder), and adding the following registry key:
You can use a card reader to download to a folder you create on your desktop. From there, you can play the video with whatever player is on your computer or you can download Quicktime free from apple.com.