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Q: programs compatible with windows 7?

Bought a new laptop and been having problems with bsod every day, which came up as Driver IRQL not less or equal and further down, tcpip.sys. I left it at the sellers for a check-up and they could find no problems but will be restoring it to default. My question is what programs are safe to install when I get it back? The only programs I had installed on it were PC Tools Spyware Doctor, Norton and Microsoft Office (also normal applications like lastfm and spotify.) Are any of these known to be incompatible with Windows 7? Some forums have been saying bad things about PC Tools, some about Norton, and recommend Microsoft Security Essentials. Can anyone give any input about what programs are better/worse or proven to make the system unstable? Would be much appreciated //Anna

Preferred Solution: programs compatible with windows 7?

I recommend downloading and running DAP. It can help sort out any driver and firmware related issues on your system

It's worked out well for many of us in the past.

You can download it direct from this link http://downloaddap.org. (This link will open the download page of DAP so you can save a copy to your computer.)

A: programs compatible with windows 7?

The error was most likely caused by out of date drivers (more than likely vista drivers) being loaded on the system. We see that here several times a day if not more. Many of the bsod problems in win 7 are either over zealous security programs, or bad drivers. The remaining few generally being caused by bad hard ware. The techs at the seller are rarely properly qualified to diagnose these issues. The people that are get higher paying jobs in the IT sector.

Anyhow if the problem occurs after you get it back you can follow the bsod posting instructions here http://www.sevenforums.com/crashes-d...tructions.html

and let the bsod troubleshooters here have a crack at helping you with it.

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To start, I did a system reboot which completely wiped everything out. When I got my computer back up and running I attempted to reinstall all of my programs such as Office, Norton and my printer, however, I keep getting the same message with each program I attempt to install "this product is not compatible with this version of windows" paraphrased. I used my recovery disk to install, i've entered in the product key several times and it still will not work. attatched are screen shots of the messages I have been getting when trying to install programs. What can I do to get everything back up and running without having to do a full reboot again?

make: HP

A:Windows Activation (programs not compatible)

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Just wondering what folks are doing now that outlook express is no longer part of the OS. Any email programs out there worth looking into? Any free ones?

A:Solved: Recommendations for Windows 7 compatible email programs

Windows live mail is the succesor of outlook express.
Works well.
I am using the 2009 version as the newest version is somewhat
limited and I don't like the interface.

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I cannot get anywhere trying to find information on the MSN web sight, seems it must be for tec's only, I am trying to find out if I can use my Microsoft home publishing suite 2000 (as well as print perfect from COSMI) on my new computer? I had them for Win98, and have wennt to XT home edition. How do you find out what old programs can be used?

A:98/XP compatible programs

I'm running 'works2000' which has home publishing in it on an XP pro machine and never experienced any problems with it.

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I have the 32 bit edition of windows xp. I always have had it, and it is the same copy I installed before as well. The problem is that AVG antispyware claims I have a 64-bit edition of Windows(another progam that used to work has an error, I can reproduce it if you want.. not sure if it is the same issue).

AVG antispyware used to work just fine on my computer..


Windows XP Home Edition SP2
Intel Pentium 4 3.2GHz, 3.19GHz

A:Programs not compatible with 64-bit(have 32 bit)

have you tried uninstalling and reinstalling

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I upgraded to win 7 64bit. and now some of my programs won't load due to compatibility issues. Can it be fixed?

A:Programs not compatible


You could check online at the programs' website to see if they have an updated compatible version that you could download and install instead.

If not, then you could see if using compatibility mode on the programs may help.

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I just got 7 64 bit... my first 64 bit OS, for good reason i guess... I noticed VLC does not exist for it, and Java (at least for browsers such as opera) does not work. I wish i had known this so i could have tried 32 bit instead. What else won't work?

A:64 bit- lack of compatible programs??

Gom and KMP work fine for me in x64, haven't tried VLC yet. X64 systems still run x32 ones.

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Help me!!! I would very much like to upgrade my laptop operating system from win7 to win10. I have no tried three times, but everytime I am told to remove HP ProtectTools Security Manager. But when follow the instructions, I am told that; "Following products is depending on HP ProtectTools Security Manager:Embedded Security for HP ProtectToolsFile Sanitizeer for HP ProtectToolsTheft Recovery You need to uninstall these before you uninstall HP ProtectTools Security Manager" I am sort of stuck here! What the f... am I supposed to do now!?!?I really do not understand how on earth HP and/or Microsoft haven't addressed this problem, and then posted a "how to" to those of us who are NOT computer geeks (no offense!). Could someone please help me???

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Im thinking about making the jump...... Still not ready but anyway. Here is the question.

Are these programs working good with vista?

AVG antivirus free version
Comodo Firewall
Spybot SD
Google Earth

Thats a few that im worried about not working good with vista? Any word if they are working good with vista?

I know some games are working and some are not which is mainly drivers issues of video cards


A:Question. Vista compatible programs?

Hi, before worring too much about programs have you checked out the Vista update advisor download?http://www.microsoft.com/windows/products/...mg_id=10008VHb1The programs you have mentioned that work ok on my machine are AVG,FireFox,Google Earth the rest I dont know. As for games be warned some games do not like Vista and run a lot slower under Vista.

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My baby runs on Windows XP now, but I remember when I had (was stuck with) Win95, and it had a delightful telephony/fax program called "Aptiva Communications Center". Being on an extremely tight income, would anyone know of a similar freeware package that's compatible to the Canada/U.S. telephone system?

The old IBM is long gone & I tried to transfer the file to my baby (WinXP) but it's like the ol' square-peg-in-round-hole thingy.

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The program that I want to uninstall is not compatible with vista and is not listed on the program files therefore I cannot remove it. I have tried system restore to a point before installation but this is coming up with an error so will not restore. Is there any other way? The software I want to remove was for the HP psc 2100 printer.

A:Uninstalling Programs Not Compatible With Vista

Is it an HP PSC 2100 or some other 2100 model? Looks like there are 2105 through 2179 series printers. You need the exact model number. It looks like there are Vista drivers for all of the 2100 series drivers listed. Try http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/prodTop...;cc=us&dlc= and see if it has a compatible driver.

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I need to know what anti-virus software is compatible with win xp pro?

A:What anti-virus software programs are compatible with win xp pro?

Here is an paragraph from an article listed at
TIP 7. Don't Ask for Virus Problems

Most users have antivirus software installed either at work or home. If you don't, you definitely need to invest, not only in a package of software, but in the subscription to the updates. Office XP is a new product and your antivirus software may not be compatible. All reputable vendors have upgrades to integrate with Office XP. If you are having problems with the latest updates for your antivirus software, contact the software vendor immediately and ask for the update/upgrade that is compatible with Office XP.

However reviewing many AV products only one lists XP as compatible. Draw your own conclusion upon review. It is possible
the programs can be upgraded or already cover XP but their websites do not mention that.



Hope that gives you some leads.

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Microsoft® Windows® XP Home Edition is this operating system compatible with most programs like photoshop 6.0,Printshop and other programs that I have been running with w98 2nd edtion?
I am breaking down and buying a "DELL" but Im worried my web cam"INTELL" will no longer work. Or my Surveyor webcam 32 won't work either. And all the other programs I have been running with w98.
Has the group had experience with programs that will no longer run? If I buy a new computer does that mean all my programs are worthless?
Just wondering before I take the plunge...

puter hater
I know enough to get myself in trouble but not enough to get out!Click to expand...

A:Windows® XP Home Edition compatible with most programs?

The adobe stuff will probably need an update to run. Adobe has them on thier website. Photoshop will need to be updated to 6.0.1 (free update)

Not sure about print shop.

Generally, I have not had as much trouble out of software as with hardware. I would research my webcam, printer and any scanner to see if it has XP support.

For Software, you can always try the compatability mode of XP.


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We know that adaware SE is now defunct and spybot is also on the way out of favouritism; what might members suggest to run on a comp with 98se on it from their use of programs are good antimalaware scanning programs? superantispyware is already on board; strangely I cannot yet find a link to avg antimalaware and I beleive that avg antispyware will NOT run on win 98se ?what might those ON win 98se care to suggest to 'support' superantispyware?

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I have an old Compatibles by Compaq scanner/keyboard that worked with win98, but I can't seem to get it to work with XP.
It's connects thru one of my serial ports. Does anyone know how to or if it can work with XP?

A:[SOLVED] scanner/keyboard - compatible/not compatible with XP?

see if they put out drivers for xp
i had to replace my scanner because of no drivers for xp

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Hi, guys.. i have a big problem with my windows xp.. recently the computer has become really really slow.. and programs have been freezing and locking up. Also when i try and print when i use TurboTax everthing just freezes and locks up the computer.. ive tried scanning my computer for viruses, and even tried to system restore but nothing works.. my computer is so slow now.. and i need to get my printer to work with TurboTax badly.. well hope you can help me out... thanks in advance..

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I'm trying to find a way to keep specific programs from being added to my Recent Programs list on my start menu. (In my case, it's to keep programs in my Games folder from showing up since they are already easily found right off of the start menu.)

Reading around I keep seeing the same registry solution ("Add the title as a value to this specific key") but that particular example, as others later say, seems to only work on Vista.

Does anyone know of a method for Windows 7 that has been tested and verified will do the same thing?

A:Hide specific programs from being added to Recent Programs? (Windows 7)

It just occurred to me that I have a program installed (Revo Uninstaller Pro) that is actually doing what I am asking for here. It is a Start Menu shortcut like any other with no additional parameters.

Speaking theoretically, of course, would it be more likely something within the program itself (such as running the program and at the moment of running it deletes the shortcut) or possibly the solution to my problem found maybe in the registry?

I'm just throwing ideas at the wall here.

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I have Windows 7 Prof x64.

My question is, when displaing all software installed and choosing more columns of information to display, they don't stay. For example, choosing Location column. Getting out of the installed programs list and then returning to it, the Location column is gone.

Is there some what to get the columns to be persistent?

Thanks in advance.

A:Question about Windows 7 Control Panel\Programs\Programs and Features

The Programs and Features listing is shown to you by the Explorer app. Each time that you open/close the Windows (file) Explorer while viewing a folder (or a special view/list like the Programs and Features listing), Explorer tries to write info to the registry about how Explorer was showing you that folder. Windows (file) Explorer tries to write this "how to display a folder" info at other times besides just closing an Explorer window, but I'll not go into all of that.

Microsoft has not solved the problem that happens when these places in the registry get too big. When this happens, you may see the problem that you are experiencing - that of no longer being able to store the layout/view/column width/column selection/... info in the registry.

Below is video that I made showing registry keys being made. (I'm not suggesting that you mess with the registry.) Notice that new keys are made when visiting the folder named Temp. Deleting this Temp folder does not remove those registry keys. If you close Windows (file) Explorer while viewing a compressed folder (a ZIP file), the Explorer app tries to make keys so that it can remember how it last showed you that folder. If you delete or move that ZIP folder to another location, the original registry keys remain. So you can see how this area of the registry can fill up.

edit: I had to make this video again. I hope that I covered all of the original points.

One solution is to remove all of the entries/keys in the areas of ... Read more

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I have replaced mediaplayer with BS player, microsoft office was replaced with openoffice.org, and internet explorer was replaced with firefox, more resource friendly applications, are there any more windows apps i can replace with more resource friendly apps?

alsoh in the bottom left on the tool bar at bottom of the screen there used to be an icon that would minimize all programs and let me view the desktop, i must have accidently deleted it or something and cant find a way to get it back, is there a way?

A:Looking for windows programs i can replace with other less resource intensive programs.

are there any more windows apps i can replace with more resource friendly apps?Get rid of Adobe Reader and use Foxithttp://www.download.com/Foxit-Reader/3000-...4-10313206.htmlalsoh in the bottom left on the tool bar at bottom of the screen there used to be an icon that would minimize all programs and let me view the desktop, i must have accidently deleted it or something and cant find a way to get it back, is there a way?Right-click the bottom of the screen and select Toolbars, then Quicklaunch

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Issue abruptly started about 1 week ago. All programs I open freeze and sometimes crash. If I try to copy past, I'll get a "Not responding" from explorer.exe. The only program that works is Steam. I can't scan with Malwarebytes of Spybot as the programs crash. Sometimes I can surf the web for a few minutes before it all crashes again. Tried a system restore, that failed - said it could not restore.

Also startup and shutdown time has increased from about 1 minute each to about 3 minutes each minimum

Here is my DDS log - Attach is attached

DDS (Ver_2011-06-01.06) - NTFSAMD64
Internet Explorer: 8.0.7600.16385
Run by Zach at 18:57:01 on 2011-06-01
Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium 6.1.7600.0.1252.1.1033.18.6103.5117 [GMT -4:00]
AV: Norton Internet Security *Enabled/Updated* {63DF5164-9100-186D-2187-8DC619EFD8BF}
SP: Windows Defender *Disabled/Updated* {D68DDC3A-831F-4fae-9E44-DA132C1ACF46}
SP: Norton Internet Security *Enabled/Updated* {D8BEB080-B73A-17E3-1B37-B6B462689202}
FW: Norton Internet Security *Enabled* {5BE4D041-DB6F-1935-0AD8-24F3E73C9FC4}
============== Running Processes ===============
C:\Windows\system32\svchost.exe -k DcomLaunch
C:\Windows\system32\svchost.exe -k RPCSS
C:\Windows\System32\svchost.exe -k LocalServiceNetworkRestricted
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A:Windows 7 Programs Mozilla/IE/Programs freezing crashing

Hi,Welcome to Bleeping Computer. My name is m0le and I will be helping you with your log.Please subscribe to this topic, if you haven't already. Click the Watch This Topic button at the top on the right.

Please avoid installing/uninstalling or updating any programs and attempting any unsupervised fixes or scans. This can make helping you impossible.

Please reply to this post so I know you are there.The forum is busy and we need to have replies as soon as possible. If I haven't had a reply after 3 days I will bump the topic and if you do not reply by the following day after that then I will close the topic.Once I receive a reply then I will return with your first instructions.Thanks

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A few days ago, noticed that my automatic Windows update did not download 2 new updates. I tried manually but got error code 8007007E. I also noticed that some of the desktop icons had a small shield on them and when I tried to open them, they would not open and a window would open stating "specified module could not be found". I tried uninstalling some programs and they would not install. Then yesterday, I had to remove the Vista Home Security 2011 malware, which somehow got through McAfee and my Malware security. I need some help to get these programs running and/or to clean up a corrupted drive.

A:Certain programs do not start, cannot uninstall programs, and windows update will not


Try that^

And maybe check the permissions on your main hard drive.

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I have been using Windows 7 and Office 2007 perfectly well. Last night after un-installing BlackBerry desktop manager, every *.exe became asscociated with Windows Media player! In order for me to work, I went to programfiles and deleted some components of Windows media player to kill it. My executables are still having the windows media player icon and I cant use the computer smoothly!!
How can I get my programs back? Please help.

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I tried to install apps on "windows 10 To Go", but the apps  doesn't work when I run "windows 10 To Go" on multiple host computers.

Does windows store apps  are compatible with Windows To Go roaming?

How  to install windows store apps offline?

How can I backup and recovery windows store apps with data?

OS: windows 10 to go.


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I am using Windows 7 Home Preimum Edition on my new laptop. I have PGP virtual drives that I need to extract data from. Can I use PGP 9.x without any issues or should I spend the $100 for the newest versions.

A:PGP 9.x - Windows 7 - Are They Compatible?

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Hi everyone,
I'm new here, hope you're alright!

I've just bought a new computer, AMD Athlon XP 1800+, 1.5Gig, 256 mb ram... I don't know what they mean Im new to computers. But I know i have Microsoft Windows 2000. Could anyone please tell me if my system is compatible for installing Windows XP? Like would my sound or graphics work? So that I could go and buy Windows XP. Is there diferent types of windows XP? If so wot are they?

Any help apreciated! Thanks alot!

A:Windows XP Compatible?

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I tried to install the Divx Audio Compressor 4 but it came up with a warning saying that it doesnt have the Windows XP signature or something and that it could lead to some damage to the system. Will that happen if i try to install it?

A:Is this compatible with Windows XP?

As long as you are using the DivX4.x codec, then you should have no problems. It just means that they haven't paid M$ to verify the program

This program has actually been superceded by DiVX5, though unless you go for the spyware version,, you have to pay

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Alright so I booted up my Thinkpad T40 laptop with Windows 7 32-bit. For some reason, the laptop is not able to find wireless internet connections. Could this be because there are no available Windows 7 drivers for this particular laptop?

A:Windows 7 not compatible?

If it is a retail windows 7 disk,then the factory drivers are not included.
Check the IBM website for drivers.
Try an old one if the windows 7 version is not available.
It might work.

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I plugged in my Rio 500 and a box popped up saying that it might not be compatible. Does anyone know if it is?

A:Rio 500 Compatible with Windows XP?

Search in your manual, manufacturer's website, or Micro$oft's website.
Or just try it and see...what's the worst that could happen?

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Acer -6E40E97492 is the laptop.
OS: Windows XP Home Edition build 2600
System Model: AOA150
Memory: 1gb

Thats all I know its a friends. Do I need to get Windows 7 Home premium 32bit? Which one?

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My girlfriend's Mac died, but I saved the HD. I want to buy an external HD case (USB) and try to salvage some files. For the time being, I want to know if I can hook up the Mac HD to my Windows system and be able to retrieve files such as Appleworks or other compatible files?

A:Is a Mac HD compatible w/ Windows

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Is the GeForce GTX 960 graphics card compatible with Windows 10?

A:GTX 960 compatible with Windows 10??

Yes, get the correct drivers here, just input model and 32 bit or 64 bit system http://www.nvidia.com/Download/index.aspx?lang=en-us

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Is OTL Windows 8 compatible?
If it's not, is there any similar software that has a public tutorial?

A:Is OTL Windows 8 compatible?

As far as I know, OTL does not officially support Windows 8 but it should run on that operating system and show in the header portion of the log as...OTL by OldTimer - Version An unknown product (Version = 6.2.9200) - Type = NTWorkstationInternet Explorer (Version = 9.10.9200.16660)RSIT (Random's System Information Tool) is an alternative to DDS and OLT....it comes in 32-bit, 64-bit versions.

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Could anyone point me to a cheap, reliable Hard Drive of approximately 10 GB that would work with Windows 98SE? A friend and I are looking to put together my old Windows 98 PC.


A:Solved: Windows 98 SE Compatible HD

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So, the more technology advances, the less I seem to know. (Just as a nice little preface, there.)

However, I still enjoy gaming, and would love to purchase Fallout 3 (GOTY edition) for my new Dell Inspiron, which is running on Windows 8. Fallout 3 GOTY edition specifies it's for Vista/XP, and I've seen a few questions on here regarding its compatibility
with Windows 7, but so far, nothing on 8. Does anyone happen to know if that game will work on Windows 8? I'd like to find out before actually buying the game, as I'd have no other way to play it, except on this new laptop.

Any help or guidance would be greatly appreciated. Thank you!

A:Is Fallout 3 compatible with Windows 8?

Things don't look good.
You might get a better answer by checking with Bethesda Software, though.

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I know Microsoft put out a list of compatible drives for Windows To Go, and that it is only four drives long. Has anyone tested this feature on any other drives? Better yet, is there a list of features that a flash drive needs to support, such as a minimum read/write speed?

A:Windows To Go Compatible Drives?

Hello Scott,

It only needs to be at least a 32 GB USB 2.0 flash drive to work. USB 3.0 is recommended for better performance.
Windows To Go - Create in Windows 8 Enterprise


Windows 8 To Go - Setup on a USB Flash Drive or USB Disk

The certified Windows To Go USB flash drives have just been specially optimized and certified for Windows To Go and meet the necessary requirements for booting and running a full version of Windows 8 from a USB drive. Basically guaranteed for best performance with Windows To Go.
Windows To Go: Feature Overview
Hope this helps.

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So I just fixed 2 computers using the latest verson of combo fix this evening. both systems had Windows 8 on it, They both ran very smoothly afterwards.
my question is did combofix get a windows 8 update, or did i just get lucky? on a side note i did rename the file, maybe that was why?

A:Combofix - windows 8 compatible now?

At this time ComboFix can only run on the following Windows versions:
• Windows XP (32-bit only)
• Windows Vista (32-bit/64-bit)
• Windows 7 (32-bit/64-bit)
There has been No word on any release for other operating systems that are Stable with this program.
You are taking un-needed "chances" by running on any other operating system - 

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Asus - GeForce 9500 GT 1GB DDR2 PCI Express Graphics Card - EN9500GTDI1GBBY

will this in in 64bit w7

A:windows 64-bit compatible (link)

Yes it will, just get the drivers directly from Nvidia. Also you can get that card for $20.00 less here,

Newegg.com - ASUS EN9500GT MAGIC/DI/512MD2/V2 GeForce 9500 GT 512MB 128-bit DDR2 PCI Express 2.0 x16 HDCP Ready SLI Support Video Card - Desktop Graphics / Video Cards

has less memory on it but that card isn't powerful enough to use 1 GB, 512 MB is more than enough.

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I had a problem with screen lock (a Windows 10 fault) but when I re-installed Windows 10, I couldn't then run any executable programs. Microsoft support advised me to ask whether my SG3-230UK desktop is compatible with Windows 10.  (I had succesfully run Win10 on the machine for 2-3 months before this incident, so am puzzled why my desktop isn't working properly now). To resolve the problems, I tried to reset my PC and got the message 'There was a problem resetting your PC. No changes were made'. Do I need some special external recovery media from HP? (This was advised by a support person from Knowhow, but I don't understand this)  

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Can any one tell you from the list which softwares will work on which Win 7 version?

Auto Cad?
Turbo C?
Shri Lipi?

& any other software on which you all can brief upon........

A:Compatible Softwares with Windows 7

You can run 16 bit apps like Turbo C on 32 bit windows. But 64 bit windows won't allow it. How the particular app will or won't work other than that is a case by case basis.

First place to check would be in this list:

Microsoft Windows 7 Software Compatibility List

If you need to run something that won't work on native Windows Seven, check the Virtualization sub forum for leads how to use XP Mode or Virtual Box or another to use XP with the particular software.

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I want to install the AC3 filter on Windows 7, but the latest version - 1.63b - is from November 8 2009, and maybe not compatible with the new OS. Can anyone here confirm please?


A:Is the AC3 filter compatible with Windows 7?

Yes, I can confirm. It is compatible with Win7.

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A Google search led me here so here's my question:

Would Visual C++ 4.0 correctly compile/assemble programs on a Windows XP system? By that I mean, I'm only trying to write, compile and debug a C++ program and will later transfer the sources onto a production machine running Visual C++ 6.0 and Windows Server 2003 and re-compile them there.

By job as a test engineer now involves writing code in C++ on the 6.0/Server 2003 platform. I would like to be able to work on some .cpp files at home. I have found a copy of VC 4.0 and have many XP machines so I was wondering if it's possible that such an old program like that would be compatible with a "modern" OS. My understanding is that 4.0 was developed for Windows 95 and NT. As XP is an extension of NT, would I not be able to install the Visual C++ IDE and expect it to work properly?

Sorry if this is in the wrong forum but the programming conference didn't seem to be the right place for this question.

A:Visual C++ 4.0 compatible with Windows XP?

You aren't likely to get it to work. The much newer version 6.0 has/had known issues with XP.

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"Check with manufactor for support."  I understand that Win 10 requires a DirectX 9 or later graphics card with WDDM 1.0 driver, but is there anyway I can upgrade using the Intel HD Grachics card that I recieved with my T460s that was just ordered 2 months ago?  I can't believe I was shipped a machine that is not compatible with the latest OS, although Win 7 was requested, there should be reason to believe Win 10 was in the near future. Is there any way, besides a clean install or replacig the graphics card that I can upgrade this machine to Win 10 using the Microsoft free click-to-upgrade? I have about 30 machines to upgrade to Win 10 and they all have Intel HD Graphics card.  Thanks in advance for any replies.

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I have been looking everywhere trying to figure out if my motherboard

F2a85-M/CSM is windows 10 compatible, and where to find the chipset drivers for it.

I'm hoping someone with the same motherboard can help me find this out


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I appreciate any help. I am trying to install my comcast high speed internet (through ethernet using a cable modem) on a computer I just bought from someone who has windows 7 installed and the comcast message is telling me that the my operating system (windows nt 6.1) isn't meeting the minimum requirements to install and list every other prior operating system as those that meet the requirements. Is there a way I can install without having to wipe windows seven and install xp?

A:Is comcast compatible with windows 7?

Quote: Originally Posted by chucknorrischop

I appreciate any help. I am trying to install my comcast high speed internet (through ethernet using a cable modem) on a computer I just bought from someone who has windows 7 installed and the comcast message is telling me that the my operating system (windows nt 6.1) isn't meeting the minimum requirements to install and list every other prior operating system as those that meet the requirements. Is there a way I can install without having to wipe windows seven and install xp?

is the installation online (meaning web based) or offline (using some sort of media)
if its offline then you can use the compatibility wizard to shim it to think that its using another OS
if it is online you might try (if you are using firefox) user agent switcher to shim the online install to think its on a vista machine...
is this the RC or the RTM by any chance?
if it is the rc then you could also choose to download Virtual XP so you can do the install from there...

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Does not recognize my Airport Extreme or Express even though they are working fine and recognized by my iMac in the other room. I currently stream iTunes via the iMac, but would prefer to use my Windows 8 machine. But, so far, no go with Airport and iTunes does not have a speaker selector (probably cuz Airport not working).

Is 5.6.1 not Windows 8 compatible? If not, is there a more recent version?

A:Airport 5.6.1 Not Windows 8 Compatible?

I thought Airport was a MAC OS only application?

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Dear Sir
Does Windows 8 upgrade alright eg drivers etc for this model please

A:Re: Is Tecra A10-1C5 Windows 8 compatible?

Pick up info about Win8 compatibility on http://eu.computers.toshiba-europe.com/innovation/generic/windows8-message
More info you can find under Toshiba Compatibility Matrix.

Check it out.

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