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How does the sequenceXtra enter into all this? Is it part of the
problem? It appears that whenever the program itself opens, then the
sequenceXtra works as well, which would lead me to believe that the
problem is with the projector, not the xtra.
Anyway, is there anything else different about the OSes? I mean, is it
possible that when you tested it on Business and Enterprise that you had
admin access and the other ones (that did not work) were restricted user
accounts? The security for different users is one of the biggest
differences between XP and Vista, and is responsible for most of the
applications not working.
Is there any difference in the hardware? For example, do the ones that
work have different sound cards that may conflict with the xtra or some
function of the projector?
Thank you! You were correct that the problem is in the Vista security.
I tried my disk on a Vista machine with admin settings and everything worked. I believe the reason is that SequenceXtra creates a temp file and the default Vista security prohibits the file.
I haven't yet determined exactly what security bells and whistles need to be turned off on Vista to enable the temp file. It will be a bit of a drag if it only works with admin access, since some users may not be able to do that.