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Windows 7: Compatibility Administrator tips?

23 Jun 2010   #1

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Compatibility Administrator tips?


I have a 32bit app, powerpro, that I want to use without having to choose the allow to make modifications choice every day when I launch it.

I am running win7 g4 bit. I have installed Application Compatibility Toolkit (ACT) Version 5.6 and have created databases for the powerpro, 32 bit and a wii game manager 64bit.

The 64bit wii tool opens without the questions now, but I still cannot get it to quit bugging me for powerpro. It states do you want to allow this program from a unknown vendor to make changes to your computer.

Any tips?


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23 Jun 2010   #2


Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by megamike View Post

Any tips?
You mean apart from posting this in the apposite forum and not Customization?
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