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Windows 7 vs TCUP
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Hi Ultima prime development team!

[Long time no see] Still big fun of yr project Ultima prime :]

I have question, if somebody test TCUP working on Windows 7 ?
I trust that all applications will be full compatible with new microsoft operation system. Any info or agreement about compatibility?

Thanx, xbrook
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#2
I can confirm that TC UP works on Windows 7 properly. Either you use it after finished instalation process or simple copying from installed directory on flash drive or other HDD drive. My windows 7 is RC1 7100 build.
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I also have Win7 RC build 7100.
I found two problems. Both are wlx plugins, mmedia and visualdirsize, the first one crashes TC, the other only pops up 2 error messages. I disabled both and now it's stable.
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Thank you for your useable info.Cool
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(07-12-2009, 01:18 PM)xbrook Wrote: Hi Ultima prime development team!

[Long time no see] Still big fun of yr project Ultima prime :]

I have question, if somebody test TCUP working on Windows 7 ?
I trust that all applications will be full compatible with new microsoft operation system. Any info or agreement about compatibility?

Thanx, xbrook

I already use tcup in W7, just a little problem in view apps adn F7 Key (Make a new Folder)
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(07-28-2009, 02:38 PM)cecep.thea Wrote:
(07-12-2009, 01:18 PM)xbrook Wrote: Hi Ultima prime development team!

[Long time no see] Still big fun of yr project Ultima prime :]

I have question, if somebody test TCUP working on Windows 7 ?
I trust that all applications will be full compatible with new microsoft operation system. Any info or agreement about compatibility?

Thanx, xbrook

I already use tcup in W7, just a little problem in view apps adn F7 Key (Make a new Folder)

go to the program folder where you installed TCUP and enable security to allow editing the files. Did this and it works. Windows 7 default security doesn't let u write to folder in the programs files place. Pretty annoying.
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