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Photoshop Elements 4.0 Vista Compatibility

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pappy3

#1
On start-up, I receive a "known compatibility " message in my Vista system.
I click on the "find solutions" and get to the Adobe site which confirms
compatibility issues. When I go to the download site, a patch for this
specific problem is not there.

How have others resolved this problem?
 

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David H. Lipman

#2

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Jim Easton

#3
This is probably not the answer you were looking for but just I gave up and
installed 5.0 along with premiere elements 3.0.....both work fine now.

Jim


"pappy3" <pappy3@xxxxxx> wrote in message
news:7044E76F-EB1B-497D-82F0-5CC468A4BA73@xxxxxx

> On start-up, I receive a "known compatibility " message in my Vista
> system.
> I click on the "find solutions" and get to the Adobe site which confirms
> compatibility issues. When I go to the download site, a patch for this
> specific problem is not there.
>
> How have others resolved this problem?
 

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Daddy Tadpole

#4
That confirms once again that it's all a racket.

Software from big companies with corporate accounts and de facto monopolies
is not expected to last more than a year or so. Don't bother looking for
updates.

A common feature of such software is that it doesn't work as intended.

Regards


"Jim Easton" <eastonfamily@xxxxxx> a écrit dans le message de
news:48531E38-4513-4352-943A-B2F24F75EA92@xxxxxx

> This is probably not the answer you were looking for but just I gave up
> and installed 5.0 along with premiere elements 3.0.....both work fine
> now.
>
> Jim
>
>
> "pappy3" <pappy3@xxxxxx> wrote in message
> news:7044E76F-EB1B-497D-82F0-5CC468A4BA73@xxxxxx

>> On start-up, I receive a "known compatibility " message in my Vista
>> system.
>> I click on the "find solutions" and get to the Adobe site which confirms
>> compatibility issues. When I go to the download site, a patch for this
>> specific problem is not there.
>>
>> How have others resolved this problem?
>
 

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#5
"Daddy Tadpole" <nobody@xxxxxx> wrote in message
news:#xO3#uLfIHA.5164@xxxxxx

> That confirms once again that it's all a racket.
>
> Software from big companies with corporate accounts and de facto
> monopolies is not expected to last more than a year or so. Don't bother
> looking for updates.
>
That's why the world rotates. Has to be. Doesn't matter if it's a pair of
slick looking socks or a new dress for the lady.
--
 

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#6
MS indicates that there is a patch to fix PS elements 4 but MS is wrong. The
fix is elements version 5 or later.

"pappy3" <pappy3@xxxxxx> wrote in message
news:7044E76F-EB1B-497D-82F0-5CC468A4BA73@xxxxxx

> On start-up, I receive a "known compatibility " message in my Vista
> system.
> I click on the "find solutions" and get to the Adobe site which confirms
> compatibility issues. When I go to the download site, a patch for this
> specific problem is not there.
>
> How have others resolved this problem?
 

My Computer