ATI Catalyst Preview Driver
Adobe Flash Player
Spybot Search and Destroy
AVG Anti-Virus Free Edition
MSN Live Messenger (Not sure if the Beta is working or not)
*I should point out that I picked up Crysis Warhead last night and installed it both on Windows Vista HP 64 Bit AND Windows 7 Build 6801 and it works flawlessly on Vista HP 64 Bit but crashes in random parts on Windows 7 Build 6801 (seems to happen most often during auto saves for some weird reason...*
Unreal Tournament 3
Counterstrike 1 and Source
Half Life 2
Half Life 2 Episode 1 & 2
Do you have a problem with Winrar not letting you add files to an existing archive? Whenever I try, I get an 'access denied' error. I have no problem dragging files over to an open existing archive on XP, but here I seem to.
EDIT: Nevermind, I forgot the vista-esque security settings >< such a pain
Most of program working with windows 7 just before install any program make it run as windows vista
Click right for the program (Properties)THEN(Compatibility) check (run this program..... mode for)
and click at (vista)
Cisco VPN Client 5.0.4.0300 with the instructions below:
--Install VPN Client 5.0.4.0300
--Install the Citrix DNE update (google)
--Take ownership of c:\windows\system32\drivers\ndis.sys
--reboot; the system will try to fix itself
--reboot again and login
--restart the cisco vpn client service
I do hope this is all right to post. Several individuals have posted that Nero 9 installs and works well.
I, unfortunately, have not upgraded my Nero; I'm still at 6.6 which, as you might expect, installs but does not run.
In your shoes, what would you recommend using for CD/DVD burning software? Should I go with Nero 9 or are there other alternatives?
-Office 2007 (nice and smooth)
-World of Warcraft (better than vista x64, by far this is the best improvement)
-Team Speak (had some problems with audio drivers but it works now)
-Xfire (sort of... It works, but has no audio and some part are in blank)
-Pro evolution Soccer 2009 (nice and smooth)
-Winrar (No problem)
-Kaspersky Antivirus 2009 (No problem)
-live Messenger 2009 (its very heavy, but it works flawless)
-Adobe Studio CS4 (Some minors errors, but not big deal)
-Call of duty 5: World at War (sort of, you can play perfect the single player but you get kick out gaming online MP server by punkbuster, same in COD4, and I think every game that use punkbuster)
-mIRC (No problem)
-K-lite code pack (No problem, sometimes you cant see the subtitles, but you can repair it yourself, go to k-lite forums and you will see)
-Creative XFI drivers (on compatible mode with vista, if you have 5.1, the rear speakers will not work, wait for new custom drivers on creative forum)
this is half of my list.. I will update this list later...
Adobe Audition 3.01
Microsoft Works Calander which came with my first computer with Windows '98.
Google's Picasa 3
M-Audio Soundcard with Vista SP1 driver update.
Samsung DVD player works fine
One program I had trouble with was the Norton Anti Virus N360 Beta. It jammed up the connection with my modem and I couldn't get online. I had to uninstall it and do a system restore to get back online. I then installed NOD 32 and have had no problems going online since.
I have W7 on my older computer which is an AMD 2500XP with 1 gig memory.