I have to agree with Valiant. The issue is most likely do to a missing
Windows dependency rather than the fact Windows 7 is running on a Mac
on a Boot Camp partition. I've done similar things like that myself
and as long as Windows itself is working fine on that kind of setup
most apps should likewise work just fine in that environment.
On 7/4/11, Valiant8086 <valiant8...@lavabit.com> wrote:
> I'm guessing this problem is unrelated to the fact it's running on a
> mac, especially since it's running directly on a boot camp partition.
> My guess is that winkit wasn't installed, or somehow didn't get the
> visual c++ runtimes installed. I think I got it right. Also he will
> probably need to run them as administrator or turn off user account
> control. There is an alternative download for those visual runtimes
> directly from microsoft and you can get a somewhat direct link to them
> by going to the downloads link on qwitter-client.net. I've encountered
> this problem before with other vb6 programs and this is how I fix them.
> That said I'm not saying I'm certain this is Josh's problem, but It is
> worth a try.
> Sent with Thunderbird 3.1.11 portable. Enough 1s?
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