windows7 Problems

just_2006

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After I Install windows 7 on my PC many Important Programs does not work like Creation Master, sound master, file master, PES 2009 Editor 2.8 .....
so I format my computer {only the (C:\) dive } and install Window Vista again
----first I install Vista sp2 and the previous problem still and neither of the above programs work!!!
----then I Install vista sp1 and the same problems still
I think that windows 7 still work on my computer although I format it!!!!!!!!!
---so is there any way to open the previous programs on windows 7, if not,
how I can remove windows 7 completely from my PC and install windows vista so every thing work again normally....thanx for all of you in advance. :):)
 

regularcat

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when you get the option to format the hdd just before you install windows 7 select delete the vista partition & then you get a choice of a quick format & a full format.

select full format not quick & that should do it.
 

regularcat

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you might be having problems going from 7 to vista because they are the same os basically, w/ some newer system files so it might
still be reading 7 even though you have vista installed. here are some options.

option 1

if you had vista previously, after you install windows 7, in your hdd you should have a windows.old folder that is a complete backup of
your vista install. (hopefully you backed that folder up before you reformatted, if you didnt look at the next option).

option 2

if you do not do a full format & do a quick format, there is a chance some files are still on the hdd.

this is a hdd nuker, it wipes the hdd completely clean absolutely 0 data will be recoverable.

http://sourceforge.net/projects/dba...042900/dban-beta.2007042900_i386.zip/download

run this then install the os you want to install.


you might be having problems going from 7 to vista because they are the same os basically, w/ some newer system files..

hope this helps, i may not be an expert w/ cm09 but i fix pc's on the regular.
 


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