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Part of the mo. lesson in the Dec 15 Issue of Prestwood eMag
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Paradox for DOS on Vista

Question:

Does Paradox for DOS run on Vista?


Answer:

Yes, but you must use the compatibility mode.

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Very Thanks Mike Prestwood

Rajendraps here

Presently I am working with Paradox 4.5 and have interest to learn more about all compatible version of paradox.

Posted 11 years ago

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Rajendraps.. Mike wasn't referring to a 'compatible' version of Paradox DOS.. he meant that you should use the Windows Compatibility Mode feature when using Paradox DOS with Vista.. I have not used Vista myself, but other Paradox folk that I know have used Vista, have reported that 4.0 and 4.5 DOS run fine with Vista without having to use the Compatibility Mode feature..

your mileage may vary, but I'd really like to hear from you if you have any Vista issues other than the fact that "full screen" isn't available..

Posted 11 years ago

Comment 3 of 4

Hi Mike

A question.

Does Paradox 7 work on Windows 7?

Thank you very much.

George Jorning

Posted 10 years ago

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I stopped using Paradox 7 several years ago. I had problems with strange behavior with buttons disappearing and such. Paradox 7 might work on Windows 7, but I recommend you upgrade to Paradox 9, 10, or 11.

Posted 10 years ago
 
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