I recently downloaded the premier element [10 trials] of ADOBE. When I tried to install it on Win XP 64 Bit or even Vista 64 Bit I faced an error message:
Adobe Premiere Element 10 Setup
The installer does not support 64 Bit Windows or Vista. If you are installing from discs please remove this disk and insert disk #1. If you are not installing from disks please download the 32-bit version of Premiere Elements 10
Yesterday I tried to run 16 bit Windows subsystem program but I could not run this because of the following error message which you can see in the below attached image. If somebody has an idea to resolve this issue please let me know.
Problem: SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\VirtualDeviceDrivers.VDD.Virtual Device Driver format in the registry is invalid. Choose ‘Close’ to terminate the application.
I can run both 32bit and 64bit on my PC. I have a spare hard drive and it’s having windows7 64bit on it at the moment. I wanted to try windows 8 consumer 32 bit, so I have downloaded the 32bit ISO version and mounted it using an ISO app. When I extracted it there was many files and setup exe. When I run the setup.exe it says. Use the other installation disc that says 64-bit. When you insert it, Windows setup will restart automatically. Anyway I have done this and it worked using the 64bit but just wanted to know why I couldn’t run the 32bit version. Thanks for any info.
Recently I have updated Windows 8 Consumer preview. My breeding animal of Windows Average has stopped working. When I try to execute it, it shows this message;
Setup _wm.exe-Bad Image
C:\Program Files (x86)\Windows Media Player\USERENV .dll. Either not designed to run on Windows or it contains an error. Try installing the program again using the original installation media or contact your system administrator or the software vendor for support. Error status 0×0000428.
If any expert can resolve this error, guide me soon ...
I need help resolving the following issues: major PC services not working (IE. Windows Firewall, active directory users/groups. Other main services not working). I am running a Windows Server 2003 R2 configured as a DNS Server / Active Directory / DHCP / Mail Server (VPOP3).
Everything was working as normal the last time I used my PC, until earlier this morning that I noticed my server was back to the "PRESS CTRL + ALT + DEL TO LOGIN" screen. What should I do to solve these issues?
How does the Network Diagnostics feature on a computer running on Windows XP platform save time and effort when you’re having problems with a blocked network?