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presto page manager 7

by leithperservere / March 12, 2008 12:38 AM PDT

I run Vista ultimate on my PC. Downloaded CNET Presto Page Manager trial version, find the program boots up ok shows all my docs & photos etc, then suddenly message appears Application stops working and shuts down before I can use it. My Lexmark all-in-one printer productivity suite has the same problem.
What could be the cause?

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Sounds like it's not ready for Vista.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / March 12, 2008 1:26 AM PDT
In reply to: presto page manager 7

Keep shopping.

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Sometimes, almost always in fact, it ...
by Edward ODaniel / March 12, 2008 2:30 AM PDT
In reply to: presto page manager 7

doesn't help any of us too much to see something like "suddenly message appears Application stops working and shuts down ". Does that indicate to YOU, who experienced it, what kind of a message it was? I have visions of a bright red and yellow message popping up in the center of the screen screaming that to prevent nuclear meltdown the offending application was being stopped.

If it was such a message (and from what you say your Lexmark usage generates an identical message) I would vastly enjoy hearing more about it. Even if it was a much more mundane message such as "sorry, this is a union application and it is on strike" I would appreciate seeing the EXACT wording. Lots can be done if we know the wording of the message.

I'm driving down the road then suddenly my car stops. My lawnmower has the same problem. What could be the cause?

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I'm driving down the road then suddenly my car stops. My law
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / March 12, 2008 2:44 AM PDT

"I'm driving down the road then suddenly my car stops. My lawnmower has the same problem. What could be the cause?"

I see it. Stop towing your car with the lawnmower.

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