> Well, after looking on the website, nRoute does not list vista under
> requirements but will run after the install. It will not run using the
> shortcut. However, it will run in safe mode using the shortcut.
> Another example is CyberLink PowerDirector. I was looking at the "Try
> Free" version and it does list vista in the requirements.
This doesn't really change my answer. If nRoute doesn't list Vista, then
it isn't truly Vista-compatible. You could try running the program in
compatibility mode or as Administrator. Look in Vista's Help for both
those terms for more details. Or contact the nRoute tech support people
for your problem with their software.
If the PowerDirector site says their software works with Vista and you
are having problems, I would make their tech support my first stop. As I
said in my first post to you, the program's tech support will know if
there are issues, workarounds, patches, etc. If you get no useful
response from them, then look into compatibility mode/run as Administrator.
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