I have several installation CD's including the original v2.50 for win95/98, Me, NT4.X,and 2000. and separate Win XP CD's (v3.10).
I upgraded Vista Premium x64 to win 7 Pro hoping to use XP mode to install and run under Win 7, only to find that I can't install Virtual Machine because my CPU does not have the VT hardware support that is mandatory.
If I can get a compatible VT Hardware CPU, that would probably work, but that's another $150 on top of $189 for Win 7, which I did not really need otherwise.
I can get the win 7 drivers
to use the scanner and print functions, but no FAX (installs a FAX Printer) and no scanner-OCR-Word interface apps.
I can see the application cabs and files on the CD. Does anyone know how I might configure Installshield or another installer program to install the software, which I think would run in compatibility mode? I know that I would have to install in the (x86) program directory, since these are 32 bit apps.