Anybody know if the drivers Tuneboy has will work with Vista? I can't seem to get it to work, but perhaps I'm doing something wrong. It's been known to happen before.
I have a feeling you're out of luck if you're stuck with Vista.What Do I Do If The Software Crashes Under Win XP?
Simple, right mouse-click on the shortcut, select Properties, Compatibility, and select Win 98. This will fix the problem.
The curious thing about running it on Virtual PC was not that it had problems, but the fact that it worked at all!dr_gallup said:Running any software that needs I/O control in a virtual machine is asking for trouble.
Vista is what, 5 years behind schedule already? And we have to wait for SP2 for compatibility and stability? Thanks, but no. I'm sure MS will just add another million lines of code to it's already bloated architecture.dr_gallup said:Since Vista is incompatible with almost everything, particularly CAD software and graphics card drivers, I would not touch it with a ten foot mouse. I expect if MS stays true to form, sometime after Vista SP2 most things will start to work properly.