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Windows 7: Paint shop pro 7


15 Nov 2009   #21

64-bit Windows 8.1 Pro
 
 

Yes, but you will probably need a 3rd party program like gparted to format your hard drive before you install XP..

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15 Nov 2009   #22

Windows 7 Ultimate Signature Edition
 
 

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Just bought new note/laptop HP pavilion dm1 (For travel purposes- have to put into hand luggage on the cheap airlines we have to use in Europe)This has win 7 .

From all the above posts it seems that upgrading to the corel psp x2 has to be the answer.

I run a website that uses a far amount of pics each week and psp 7 has just the right actions for this purpose.. having to pay extra for a more sophsticated programme than I need is an added cost. No sponsors. Same with Office have to use the 'trial ' programme ...Big mistake my other laptops work fine with xp pro.

Can I wipe out Windows 7 and install xp pro?
I wouldn't say that x2 is more sophisticated, its just newer. The program is much slower due to bloat as well. It works, but I still would prefer 7.

Have you tried the Gimp? Its an open source program and maybe once you adjust it would suit your needs. As far as that goes, you could try OpenOffice.

There is always Virtual Box. Install Windows XP in virtual box to run all your old programs..... I did that for a while and it works ok.
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16 Nov 2009   #23

win7
 
 

jrjr
Thanks for suggestions.
Before I try those..

I have now bought a USB DVD/CD unit can I upload from the disks I have for programmes such as office and psp 7 and will they work on Win 7?
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01 Mar 2010   #24

Windows 7 and XP both 64bit
 
 

I'm a super new newbie on windows 7. I can't even figure out how to work documents yet but I have my old, faithful PSP 7 that I use to draw freehand on and I cannot for the life of me figure out how to add gradients and what not to the files that exist in C: windows/program 86 files. I don't how to "send" or however to that file. Pleeeeeeez don't tell me they have a fix so no one can add to those programs that allow you do so.

I'm delited to find this Windows 7 forum. I have a feeling I need to learn a bunch.

Thank y'all.

Never mind...got it figured....DOH!! I remember kicking and screaming out of win 98 as wel...growing pains. Forgot about d n d.
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21 Jun 2010   #25

windows 7
 
 
PSP 7 and Windows 7

Is Paint Shop Pro 7 compatible with windows 7?
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23 Jun 2010   #26

win7 home premium 64bit
 
 

I bought PSP X2(X3 is out now) it's slow as hell, worthless bezier curve(even MSPaint has a better bezier Curve), crappy text tool, and a copy protection crap that is forced to run in background to allow you to run it... so despite paying $50 or so for PSP X2, I STILL use my 12 year old paint shop pro 5 because of the better tools. Corel sucks

as to associating, I dunno. Try right clicking on JPG from windows explorer and associating it with psp from there. right click, "Open With" (or shift right click or whatever to get it).

It worked fine for me to associate PNG and JPG to PSP 5 in windows 7 64 bit, I used the windows explorer Open With command to always open with PSP5
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25 Jun 2010   #27

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit
 
 

I must be one of the lucky ones, as PSP v7 is working fine on my system!
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26 Jun 2010   #28

Windows 7 Pro
 
 

I tried useing PSP 7.04 by installing first the v 7.0 then updated to 7.04. It ran really screwy and every time it was Win 7 said it did not run properly. I uninstalled it and installed PSP Anniversary Edition (says it is v 7.07). This ran much better. There were only a few minor things that were different than running PSP 7.04 on Win XP.

Win 7 only said it did not run properly on the first time I closed it..

As far as PSP 13 both X2 and X3. I never could get either one to install.
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26 Jun 2010   #29

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by huffman View Post
I tried useing PSP 7.04 by installing first the v 7.0 then updated to 7.04. It ran really screwy and every time it was Win 7 said it did not run properly. I uninstalled it and installed PSP Anniversary Edition (says it is v 7.07). This ran much better. There were only a few minor things that were different than running PSP 7.04 on Win XP.

Win 7 only said it did not run properly on the first time I closed it..

As far as PSP 13 both X2 and X3. I never could get either one to install.


Make sure you have removed all previous installs trash left behind. Do a thorough search for any and all PSP files and delete them then
Shut Down Firewall and AV and try installing PSP "OFF LINE!"
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26 Jun 2010   #30

Windows 7 Ultimate Signature Edition
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by tannim View Post
I bought PSP X2(X3 is out now) it's slow as hell
Try it on an SSD
I agree though, on a spinner its really slow. It is noticeable even on an SSD!
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