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installation of WindowBlinds7 fails....


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#1 Jayson201

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Posted 11 July 2010 - 04:32 AM

When I go to install WindowBlinds7, I get the following message:

WindowBlinds 6 shareware supports Windows Vista x64 platforms, but does not include support for Window XP/2003 x64 Platforms.

The enhanced version of WindowBlinds 6 does include files for Windows XP x64 platforms.

The install will not exit.

I click Cancel, in hopes of it letting me install, but it pops up saying:

Setup is not complete, blah blah blah,

You may run setup at a later time, blah blah,

To continue installing, click resume.

I click resume, and it returns to the initial error message.....


Only problem is, Im running Windows 7 64bit, not XP (And WindowBlinds obviously needs to update their error messages)

Any other programs like this that I can use?
Do you know how I can get this program running?

Do you know an easy way I can re-skin windows myself?

(I know how to do it the hard way, im just too lazy >_<)

Edited by ComputerTalk-Jayson, 11 July 2010 - 04:34 AM.


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Posted 11 July 2010 - 05:35 AM

Eh, got it installed, compatibility mode was on O.o

but, I can't get any new themes installed for it.

I can only get themes that are in the .wba format... >_< That soooooo lowers the variety....Well, I've found 2....I haven't found anything FOR ME, and if anybody know any good WindowBlinds themes that would fit a diehard computer nerd, dont hesitate to link me to it ;D

and the bootskin feature looks kewl

Well, I obviously don't have an issue at the moment, so delete this at will ;D

Edited by ComputerTalk-Jayson, 11 July 2010 - 01:06 PM.





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