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> As usual Adobe arent on the ball with this problem. Anyone any idea how to do this.
Other then that it is OFFICALLY unsupported. Doing with the fact the
MX7 came out years before Vista. Now MX 8 in Release Candidate 2 as of
today, does support Vista.
But there are blogs out there that explain the various workarounds and
limitations of installing MX 7 on Vista.
Are two that Google turned up for me.
I see. maybe MX8 is the way to go. The workarounds I have used to date, including the first one in the list, I just cannot seem to make work.
However, Vista has been out long enough for Adobe to make some minor changes to the install program to place the correct DLLs, which according to Heidi Bautista and other who have got it working, seem to be the only issue. Many people with new machines are going to be using vista, and not through choice. If this web site is anything to go by, then they're just sleeping on the issue.
CF8 Beta installed pretty seamlessly but cant connect to SQL 2005 for some reason.