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vso software and windows 7?

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yes, all our current software are compatible with Windows 7 ( 32bits and 64bits )
Microsoft seems very active as they sent us several ( false positive ) reports , but all seems fine with our own tests, and it has been confirmed by early adopters of the current beta and release candidate of Windows 7.

but If you feel you have a specific problem with VSO products and Windows 7 , you can contact us by email or using the forum.
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Post by djstx2003 »

hi from Greece!!!
i'm using almost 3 months Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit
(the most builds of Win 7) with ConvertxtoDVD 3 and CopytoDVD
and i haven't any problems at all. All my work done very well with all configurations and settings.
ConvertxtoDVD 3 and CopytoDVD working great with Windows 7.



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Post by Celemasiko »

.... but alas, I am using Win 7 and ever since my ConvertXtoDVD is crashing either at the begin during or even at the end of any encoding. Before, with Vista, no such problem.

PS All system is tested, all drivers are uptodate, no problem detected.

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Post by admin »

you don't give any details, 7 32bits or 64bits ? any error message, adress of crashes.

we have this new version but it mainly improves things for the burning part under 7

http://download2.vso-software.fr/vsoCon ... .4.190.exe

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Convertxtodvd freezes PC during conversion in Windows 7

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I was using latest convertxtodvd without any problems on Windows Vista. However after I installed Windows 7 (32bit), convertxtodvd crashes during conversion. The PC freezes and a re-boot becomes must. Log files show no errors. I even tried old versions but same thing happens. Please help.

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Post by Phil »

Please see this topic on how to test your computer for potential stability issues:
http://forums.vso-software.fr/7-pc-cras ... t7171.html

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Re: vso software and windows 7?

Post by MarkHenry »

I have 32 bit windows 7 installed on my PC, and I haven't faced any problem while running VSO DVD converter and VSO Media Player.

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