Can anybody get intercasino to work on vista?

lee_bumble

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I have tryed so may times to get intercasino work on windows vista but to no avail. I tryed phoning CS and spoke to there tech guys again to no avail. They say it wont run on vista. Think this a bit stupid due to the amount of people using vista now. Are intercasino correct or did i speak to an idiot.
 

silcnlayc

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Think this a bit stupid due to the amount of people using vista now
Sorry but this is not true. If you check Microsoft you will see that they have stopped issuing Vista because vendors have refused to update hardware drivers and they are now coming out with a new operating system and Vista is now a moot OS just like ME was...never went over wll either. Kept crashing.

I have a tidbit to offer, sell it , go on Overstock and buy one with XP Pro or XP Home...they still have a few left brand new..but you might want to hurry because I have bought 8 so far for my office and whenever a few comes up I make sure I pick at least a few of them up..:D

.....sorry for going off the question but Vista is a very bad OS.... :(


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Jasminebed

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I run vista, and I first downloaded intercasino over 7 months ago. I had uninstalled it, but recently reloaded it after the launch of the Casinomeister game. I've had no problems. I have Vista Home Premium.
 

LaHutti

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Runs just fine here on Vista Ultimate...never had a problem with it.
 

Mousey

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I'm not sure what problems you're having. Have you tried right clicking on the Intercasino desktop icon, click run as admin? The casino software runs just fine on my Vista.
 

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I'am running vista ultimate and can confirm I had no issues in playing with intercasino, MOST of the time it is the "run as admin" that causes a lot of errors so you may want to try right mouse clicking on the icon snd select "run as administrator" and see how that goes,

I can well and truly confirm what silcnlayc has said, they are not doing support for vista any more and there are so many holes in the program it is mind blowing, they are mainly concentrating on windows 7 which is just an upgrade of the old windows version but a lot better.
 

AudiManinBoro

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What are you guys saying here? That Vista has been `retired` with no future patches, upgrades or support? Whats replacing it then? on new pcs say 1 year from now?
 

silcnlayc

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I can well and truly confirm what silcnlayc has said, they are not doing support for vista any more and there are so many holes in the program it is mind blowing, they are mainly concentrating on windows 7 which is just an upgrade of the old windows version but a lot better]
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And that's why Microsoft will ultimately try to quell the embarrassing
Windows Vista debacle
by making a bold move with Windows 7 to win back
customer loyalty and generate positive spin for its most important product.
What will happen next?
My prognosis is that Microsoft will use smoke and mirrors to conjure up an
early release of Windows 7, the next edition of the world's most widely-used
operating system. Then they will quietly and unofficially allow IT
departments to migrate straight from Windows XP to Windows 7.
Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates has already alluded to this and IT departments
have certainly welcomed that idea, since most of them have found very few
reasons to migrate to Vista
- although my colleague John Sheesley recently
argued the devil's advocate position for IT departments to adopt Vista.
To be clear, I am not predicting that Microsoft will do a quick-and-massive
overhaul of Windows Vista in the next 12 months. Instead, I think we'll see
Microsoft do the following:

Strip out or minimize some of Windows Vista's clunkiest features -
especially User Account Control

Simplify the interface back to something closer to Windows XP

Reduce backward compatibility in order to streamline the code base

Work much harder with vendors to ensure driver and software compatibility
with new hardware and applications
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