Ok let me redo this tonite when I get home. I may have lead you wrong, since I actually tried to link to the url with my Firefox, so that is why I saw the cert challenges. I did not do this via network connctions so will try again and reconfirm. Sorry bout that
Thanks a ton!
Hey Andy, you may want to add this to the end of that wiki documentation at your leisure.
I'm a newbie so please excuse any protocol violations. I'm getting an Outlook 2000 error message when I try importing the pst message files I copied from my old Dell Win98 machine to my new Vista64 laptop. Outlook 2000 is working okay on the Vista64 pc SO FAR (mail is coming in and going out). But I'm trying to import my old calendar, notes, contacts, messages, etc. I keep getting an error message when I click the "OPEN" button after I've clicked on the pst filename I want to import. The error message reads: "The messaging interface has returned an unknown error. If the problem persists, restart Outlook". However, restarting Outlook doesn't solve anything. Please help me!
Finally got around to installing the Windows 7 beta I've had laying around. I put it on my Macbook Air and it's doing quite well. All the drivers on the included (Apple) DVD work except audio. Once I downloaded the audio driver and installed it everything is peachy. I haven't used it long enough to say much but I can tell that they got UAC right this time. One, instant, pop-up when you perform an administrative-like task (installing, etc.) that goes away instantly when you click "okay." This is how it should have been in Vista (I turned UAC off on every Vista computer I have.)
so it could be worthwhile to put it on my vista laptop when it comes out ... that is as long as it isn't a resource hog like vista is.
I have read that Windows 7 is the first OS release that does not require new hardware specs. Windows 7 is really Vista under the covers, so it makes sense. This has gotta piss off the hardware vendors, who count on new OS to drive new PC sales.
Do you mean new as compared to Vista or as compared to XT? Corporate IT resisted Vista in part because of the increased hardware demands. They saw little benefit in chucking hardware that was still serviceable. Of course, by the time 7 SP1 rolls around, all that hardware will be pretty old, so I think the hardware vendors will do well.
Wow. I have officially been demoted as the resident MS zealot. I thought it was impressive that I received 7 copies of Windows 7 (and have most of them installed already).
I've got nothing on you guys. bow
However, I can no longer see raw thumbnails in explorer. Before I was only able to see the thumbnails if I used the 32 bit explorer, but once they were viewed in 32 bit, they then appeared in 64 bit explorer. But now, I don't see them at all. Any ideas? I don't think Windows 7 even has a 32 bit expolorer, if it does, I can't find it.
Have you solved this yet? If not, which camera brand?
Yes and no.
The "mystery" is solved, I think. It appears that Canon has not written 64bit codecs for windows, be it vista or windows 7. And windows 7 just does not seem to have a 32 bit explorer, I think it was dropped, if not it is buried and I have yet to find it.
Hopefully now that Apple has a 64 bit OS, we will see 64 bit codecs. Don't you just love being a second class citizen?
Well some bad news for you on that front. I have Macs, and at least with Snow Leopard, Canon CR2s show perfectly in Finder, without any code from Canon, or any plug-in from Canon, since they show on a Macbook without any photo software at all.
I'm curious, on the mac, does CS4 install as both a 32 bit and 64 bit app like on the pc?