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
I previously posted that Organizer does not run under Vista, but that answer was incomplete and misleading. It turns out that it does work on the 32-bit Vista platform, but not on the 64-bit Vista that I'm running. Sorry for the confuion.
Not all of them, usually if games don't run under vista production companies release updates which make the games compatible with vista. Some games, however, are compatible with vista in principle.
Go no less than 1gb for vista.
If i am not mistaken there isn't a run key on a keyboard the run key is found under the start if you have windows xp an under the window icon if you have vista.
GIMP is released also as a Windows application, running under most of Windows flavors, including Vista.
How do you get Jane's usaf run on vista
go to http://www.sandisk.com/Retail/Default.aspx?CatID=1411 install the u3 sandisk luncher it will work greate under xp and vista kittycat85
In what sense? They are both operating systems. If you're asking if applications written for Windows 98 will run under Vista, I would have to say yes. At a minimum, they can be run in Compatibility Mode.
You can try to run it in the compatibility mode. But 99% of games for Windows 98 will not work under Vista.
It can be found under All programs It can be found in the Start Menu
Hell no. the bios sits under the operating system (vista is an operating system) the bios is independent of operating systems, and is there to....run the operating system.
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.
It will alert you to any software you have presently installed that may conflict with Vista. I believe it also tells you if your system has the power and memory needed to run Vista. You need 2GB of RAM at least to run Vista.
As far as I know it works fine, but it crashes when you try to establish a new city =/
I have vista on one hd and windows 7 on another, can I run the two witha choice at start up ?
You cannot run Vista (or an other operating system) on a computer that has no processor.
Pro Tools LE 7 will run on Windows Vista, when installed properly.
Yes It runs better if you don't have vista.
If you want to run visual basic 6.0 on vista, forget about it,now u can run visual basic.net on vista for this u have to buy visual studio 2008 it runs well on vista and u can develop ur applicantin with ease and efficiency.
Yes Versions after 7.4 are compatible with the 32-bit version of Windows Vista. No version is compatible with the 64-bit version. Version 9.0 (the latest one) now requires Windows 7 (32 or 64-bit) and will not run on Windows Vista.
The minimum configuration to run Vista in your computer is specified. One GB RAM is the minimum and two GB RAM is desired.
They are "compatible" in the sense that many applications that run on Windows XP will run on Windows Vista.
Vista does not have a dedicated Run prompt. To launch a program, type its name into the Search bar in the Start menu.