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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Aug 2006
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    Laguna Hills CA
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    FlexiSIGN-Pro 7.6 & Windows 7 (64-bit) via Virtual XP Mode

    I know that Flexi 7.6 will not run under Windows 7's normal mode, but has anyone successfully installed and run Flexi 7 under Windows 7's virtual XP mode? I have little doubt that it will install, but the dongle driver is what I am concerned about. Thanks for any first-hand accounts of your experiences.

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Aug 2004
    Location
    Mendocino, California
    Posts
    200
    I've had several say that it works. It didn't for me. I returned the computer and just bought a 32 bit version. Have not loaded Flexi yet, but on a 32 bit 7 machine at the computer store it loaded and worked fine, so on that basis I purchased one.

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