Haha, man that would've sucked. Well all my gadgets show up on the list, so that would be 11 gadgets. I found the 32-bit version of the gadget in my files, but I don't know how to make it run on startup.
Yes, all the other gadgets load up. The only problem is they all load up in 64-bit. So it's a hassle to open up the Pandora 32-bit separately each time I power on the computer. Is there any way to have the 32-bit version start at startup, instead of the 64-bit?
Yup, I did, but that's not the problem. The problem is the gadget uses Flash, and Flash is not made to run in 64-bit yet. So I have to run the gadget in 32-bit to make it work. I was able to do it easily in Vista, but I can't figure it out in Windows7.
The Pandora gadget connects to pandora.com. It's a free radio that fins songs for you based on your preferences. It's pretty awesome, I suggest you try it out.
Also, if you're having problem with the 32-bit gadgets, this is the correct registry script:
This registry script works on the 32-bit preview version, not sure about the new build.
Copy and paste the following in the quote area into Notepad, and choose Save As, click the drop-down menu for All files and manually type in the extension .reg. Now double-click on that file to import it into the registry.
Note: If there are any spaces between any lines, correct them so there are no spaces. Curr ent, should read Current
Then dragged the sidebar.exe from (your_drive:\Program Files (x86)\Windows Sidebar) to the startup folder and ran it.... Then just reinstalled the pandora gadget from their website (http://www.pandora.com/on-windowsgadget)