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EMC9 don't work on Vista


HKPhooey

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I posted this else ware in the board , but do this and these nagging messages will go away....

 

 

on vista it works a bit differently, in that even though you are logged in as an admin, you still have some limited access

 

you may need to change a few things ( only if this is a standalone PC , not on a domain )

 

I do a lot of changing in my system and had to open the admin security up on the vista pc to let me do that, even as a admin account user.

 

fist I went under user account and unlocked this

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turn off the user account control, as this limits what you can install and modify, (it stops the nagging message every time you want to change stuff , also it needs a reboot after you apply the no tick)

 

this should help

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I have installed EMC9 on Vista, unfortunately, a lot of the programs in EMC9 were blocked by Vista.

Can someone pls show me how to get it working?

 

Thanks in advance..

What do you mean by 'blocked'? Is there an error message or is this the User control message?

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I posted this else ware in the board , but do this and these nagging messages will go away....

on vista it works a bit differently, in that even though you are logged in as an admin, you still have some limited access

 

you may need to change a few things ( only if this is a standalone PC , not on a domain )

 

I do a lot of changing in my system and had to open the admin security up on the vista pc to let me do that, even as a admin account user.

 

fist I went under user account and unlocked this

post-293-1177444416.jpg

 

post-293-1177444421.jpg

 

turn off the user account control, as this limits what you can install and modify, (it stops the nagging message every time you want to change stuff , also it needs a reboot after you apply the no tick)

 

this should help

 

Thanks!! I shall try it again tonight.

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Vista is pretty. If I were looking for pretty then I'd run it. As far as I can tell that's the only real advantage if you can call it that. I give it 35~45 more updates and then MS will roll up SP1 and it might be better. It depends on how much debug code they've left in the RTM. My system running Vista Ultimate and Office 2007 Ultimate takes 700MB of RAM to boot. On a percentage basis that's not really bad compared to running Win98 and apps on 128MB of RAM. Thankfully 1GB now retails for about half what a 16MB SIMM cost me in '96.

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