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PSP IX & Vista

PSP IX & Vista

PSP IX & Vista

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I've been using Jasc's PSP 9 along with Vista Home Premium for about three weeks.  No problems other than Vista switches over to Windows classic colors.

All of a sudden, out of the blue, the program  will no longer load.  I keep getting "PSP 9 is not responding and will close."    I do have Corel's version XI, but really am not thrilled with it and would prefer staying with 9.

I plan on trying a reinstall tonight in hopes that that will fix it.  Any suggestions in the meantime?

Any help would be much appreciated.  Thank you!

TM

RE: PSP IX & Vista

I don't have Vista but I understand that you can install a program in XP mode under it. Have you tried this? I don't think Corel plan to make it Vista ready.

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