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Old 24th December 2001, 12:36   #1  |  Link
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Does DVD Maestro work in Win2000

I have DVD Maestro and am trying to run it in Win2K and every time it starts up it states that the Quadrant drivers or board are not present and therefore realtime preview will not work. I have asked this question before and as told to install cinemaster 2000. I have installed Cineplayer DVD (which was all I could find) and still can not get it to work. Will someone PLEASE help me.

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Come on someone must know the answer to this???
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It works in my PC (W2K SP2). I heard some people had to use the APCOMPAT tool (comes in the W2K CD) to tell DVD Maestro that it's running on an NT.

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Thanks, I now have it working
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Hi Zed, I sent you a PM regarding this, but I'm glad you've now resolved the problem.

Incidentally, versions of Maestro which are 2.9xx, do not require the use of ApCompat, since they were re-coded for Win2k compatibility...


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