How does one get Pysol to run under Vista?
To get the last official version of Pysol to work on Vista probably involves adding some missing values to Environment Variables. But... Here is a link to a newer version of PySol which installed easy as pie for me on Vista! http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=150718&package_id=167222&release_id=537732
Many DOS applications simply will not run under Windows Vista, and none under the 64-bit version. Making the NTVDM support DOS programs in Vista was an extremely low priority, since very few people actually run DOS programs anymore. You can use QBasic and other DOS programs on Vista (even the 64-bit version) by using an emulator known as DOSBox.
1. After installing AutoCad 2006 -- right click the icon in the Windows Vista desktop select Properties. 2. Go to Compatability Tab 3. Under Compability Mode tick "Run this program in compatability mode for:" then select Windows XP (Service Pack 2) 4. Under Privelege Level: Tick "Run this program as an administrator" 5. Close and Restart 6. Goodluck and Enjoy!
Vista is an upgrade to XP. They are both operating systems so they will not run concurrently. It is not the same as Word or any other application which is what I believe you think they are. It is an either or situation for most users. You can set up a dual boot partition with XP on one partition and Vista on the other and select which OS to use on bootup. Not a thing…
More details would be needed for a correct fix, but... You might have to run the mame program under administrator privilages. Vista is a quirky operating system. It's safer than XP, but a bit harder to control because of the safeguards. Try right clicking the mame program shortcut and select, "run as administrator". See if that works.
Yes, Race Driver 3 will work under Vista as long as you update the starforce drivers go to the following link: http://www.star-force.com/support/drivers/ You also have to turn shadow quality off in the advanced graphics section of the Race Driver 3 settings utility. I run Toca Race Driver 3 on my system that is updated to Vista SP 1
Usually on a PC you have one user account that is a amdinistrator and one or more guest accounts or other users. If you look on the control panel it is under user accounts. In XP it is start-settings and contol panel. Also in xp you can look in the help and support that is also in the start menue. If you have Vista, that is a little different than XP. In vista use your…