Here is a recommendation by Richie J:
Here is the solution:
dont let autorun try to start the install. However you chose to do it,
rather using windows explorer or whatever, get to the point where you are
viewing the contents of the DVD. From there, here is the path you need to
follow to get to a different installer which will install the program
admin rights and WITHOUT having to install text to speech seperately. (my
cdrom/dvd drive is assigned to E: on my machine, yours may differ) Path=
E:\Streets\MSMap and the file you want to run in the msmap folder is called
data. It is a
windows installer package type file a little bigger than 2 megs. This will
install the program without even messing with the text to speech engine
(which is already built into windows) and once installed, the program will
My Vista Quickstart Guide: http://adacosta.spaces.live.com/blog...3DB!9709.entry
"dmeans43" <dmeans43@xxxxxx> wrote in message
> After I got my HP Vista Home Premium notebook I loaded my copy of Streets
> and trips w/GPS 2005 and it worked well until recently. Now it won't load
> and I get a message "Your registry settings for this application were not
> copied correctly. To correct these settings, run setup again for this
> application from the location where you originally installed it".
> The option to run the streets.exe file in Compatibility Mode does not
> in the pull down menu.
> I have unloaded it and reloaded 3 times. I have mined the registry
> "streets" and "trips" references and searched the entire drive for any
> reference to those terms and deleted them.
> I realize I can do a total reload and just blow everything away but I
> don't want to do that.
> Any ideas would be appreciated.