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Running Windows 7 And Making The New Update Program Work

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I finally broke down and got serious about updating my 800, and like most people that has had problems when using Windows 7 I looked for a fix.

After a short time of confusion about what was going on and not really finding any answers, I turned to YouTube and found the solution.

Simply put the problem is not the program but the compatibility to Win 7.

So all one has to do is the following:

Before running the program,

Highlight and right click on the program and scroll down to troubleshoot compatibility.

Click on troubleshoot compatibility and click on Try recommended settings, click next, and then start program.

That is all you need to do to get it to work.

 

I hope that this helps someone else out there.

 

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