New Access Recovery Software 3.3 compatibility issues with Windows 7

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Hi there experts,

I am having a little trouble installing the recently released Access Recovery Software 3.3 into my Windows 7 64 bit OS.

Any solution please?

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Answered By 0 points N/A #153357

New Access Recovery Software 3.3 compatibility issues with Windows 7

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Which ever tool you are going to install first read the Readme file of that application it will show you the requirements for the software to be installed on to your system before installing what ever you want to install into your system. The main problems that occur in windows 7 are compatibility issues. First, check whether that software can be installed on to your windows 7 or not. Then if it can be installed then do the following process.

Right click on the tool click on windows compatibility. Then check the compatibility of your tool which can be either windows XP or service pack 3. Then run that application with that compatibility.

If you follow the above process properly then it should work.

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New Access Recovery Software 3.3 compatibility issues with Windows 7

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If you are trying to install SysTools Access Recovery 3.3 on your 64-bit Windows 7, there should be no problem. The SysTools Access Recovery 3.3 software works on Windows 8.1 and earlier Microsoft Windows. Though they didn’t say if they have a different installer for 64-bit operating systems, I assume that both 32-bit and 64-bit Microsoft Windows use the same version of the installer.

Even if you have 64-bit Windows 7, you should be able to install 32-bit applications. It will run under 32-bit compatibility mode. If you still have a problem installing the software, try running the installer as administrator. Right-click on the installer, point to “Run as”, and then select Administrator. Also, make sure you have administrative privileges on your computer.

Note that you cannot install a program if you are using a limited user account. Only administrators are allowed to do the installation. The hardware requirements for SysTools Access Recovery are very minimal so I’m sure it is not a hardware issue since you are running 64-bit Windows 7. If you wish to download the installer again, visit SysTools Access Recovery.

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