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Re: VISTA 64bit & 32 bit compatability
When you upgrade to vista, there will be a summary page as to what programmes and hardware are not supported just before the initial installation takes place, or download this vista upgrade advisor first
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Sorry...the w 10 is not compatable with Vista or XP 64Bit systems.
This is an older model which was compatable with 98, 2000, Me, and XP 32 Bit systems.
For your peace of mind you can verify this by checking at www.olympusamerica.com
If the manufacturer of the copier does not make a driver for vista or win 7 64 bit, then you can't use it.
I ran into the same problem a few years back when I upgraded to XP pro 64. I resolved the problem by utilizing Microsoft dual-boot feature. When I need to print or copy, I rebooted to my XP 32 bit system to do the work.
Eventually I purchased new equipment that was compatible with 64 bit systems
I had the exact same problem. Per Olympus you have to buy the RS 27 foot pedal. It IS compatible with Vista 64bit. RS 25 which is what I have IS NOT compatible with Vista 64bit.
Cheapest I found online is $43+ shipping for RS 27 foot pedal.
There is a free upgrade to DSS Player 7 on Olympus website that you will have to do for it to work with RS 27 foot pedal.
To configure the compatibility mode for an application, just locate
the installation directory and right click on the .exe, selecting
Properties from the menu.
Select the Compatibility tab: You can choose to run the program in Windows XP compatibility mode, or even all the way back to Windows 95 compatibility.
Probably the most useful setting to start off with would be to
disable the visual themes and desktop composition, if you can't get
things working. If you are trying to run a video game, you will often
need to choose "Run this program as an administrator". You'll have to
play around with it, but most likely you can get your application
working this way.
The winzip which u have downloaded will not work with Vista 64bit...please click on this link http://www.winzip.com/downwz.html or copy and paste it in address bar so that u can download and it will work in Vista 64bit..