When the check engine light comes on the car will start but cuts off when it doesn't come on it won't start and now the check engine light doesn't come on anymore on a 92' Plymouth Colt Vista 1.8L?
Check the crankshaft sensor. The sensor connector could be loose or the sensor could be bad. Try to read the engine codes to see if the computer shows an issue.
Vista has DX 10 when WIndows XP doesnt. While Vista was suppose to be the upgrade to XP, it had a lot of problems during the first launch and it took awhile to fix everything. Vista is suppose to run faster, and use less resources on your system. But Vista failed and Microsoft then released Windows 7 as the replacement to Vista.
So long as the game cover says "Vista Compatible", or has a sticker with the Vista Logo on it (Which most should), then your version of Sims 2 is fully compatible. yes it does work but i had to install a patch and it still doesnt work as well for example it rarely lets me create a new family n sometimes doesnt let me play on certain families!!!!
I am now using x64 bit vista and i had vista 32 bit installed before that. Can i use vista 32bit on a different PC because i don't use it anymore?
battlefield 2142 wasnt designed for vista...and as most games that were made for xp or older versions of windows vista doesnt support most hardware either or the drivers for it best option is to go back to xp nobody that i know uses vista...even if they purchase a vista "ready" machine they just reformat and install a fresh copy of xp ... as it still is much better then vista google it if u doubt…
The vast majority of printers today have plug-and-play technology, and can be installed on Vista simply by connecting them to your computer. Sometimes you will need to restart your computer once you connect the printer to it. Vista should recognize the printer type and download the necessary driver software for that particular type of printer. The great thing about windows vista is that many things that you want to install in vista doesnt take much…
There are a lot of games that do not work on "Vista" these are caused by incompatibilities between the versions of Microsoft's newest operating system and older versions. When a program is written it has to be able to communicate with the operating system on which it is being used. If the program was written before Vista was released there is always the possibility that it will not function correctly.
I own a Compaq Presario V3000 laptop running Vista with a system reformat partition built in I need to activate this but my keyboard doesnt respond anymore and I need to press F11 on startup Help?
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 is a very easy process. Hold down control (ctrl) then alternate (alt) then delete (delete). and then when the screen changes go towards the bottom to find "Start Task Manager, and click it. I don't use Vista anymore, I use Windows 7 so i don't know exactly what it should say on Windows Vista, but I remember that the process was the same.
if you have Vista premium or greater, it would be Media Center which is already included, hands down. my pvr device doesnt support media center... it supports cyberlink powercinema player... but its askin for key generator... many people facing the same prob.. and its of 115 dollars... and pvr device of vista less then of 115 dollars... wats the use of buyin the software... that's why m searching for the free pvr software which supports…
First make sure car has warmed up. Idle or drive 15-30 min. Be carfull in engine bay as everything will be very warm to touch. Next, find trans dipstick. My 94 colt vista has it by firewall on drivers side. Check level and use a funnel to add fluid down the dipstick hole. Trust me, the long skinny trans fluid funnel keeps fluid from spilling all over. Recheck level. Test gears and\or testdrive car.
No. Windows 95 supported only VxD drivers, which no Windows in the NT line (NT 3.1, 3.5, 3.51, 4, 2000, XP, Vista) support. Windows 98 supported both WDM and VxD. WDMs are the only supported driver model in 2000 and XP. If written well, a WDM driver from Windows 98 could work on Vista, but it is highly unlikely that hardware that runs with Windows 98 would be used in a Vista computer anyway. Also…