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Please help me learn.
I would like to know why is that some software like Nero that could be installed in window XP doesn't workout in Vista. How i can tackle such problem that may arise in future with other software.

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Nero is definitely compatible with windows vista, unless you are using like nero 6 or something. As long as you are using latest version of nero there shouldn't be any compatibility issues.

Worst case, try running it in compatibility mode. Right click>properties>compatibility with windows xp sp2.

Enjoy!

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For example, the system files have been moved to other place. And if in Nero(older version) it is inside hard coded (written like c:\...), then it would't work. Also the permissions and dlls have changed.
Therefore there is the compatibility mode, that allows it. But sadly the compatibility mode can be a problem with hardware.

Please help me learn.
I would like to know why is that some software like Nero that could be installed in window XP doesn't workout in Vista. How i can tackle such problem that may arise in future with other software.

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Thanks lot, hope to get more valuable help from you

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