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Software Interference With Windows 7 Start Up
Posted 22 September 2010 - 11:30 AM
With Cisco Company's Network Magic installed I can tie together one Windows 7 computer and two XP computers. The networking works very well. However, when I turn off the Windows 7 computer and then turn it on again, it will not start up until I go to Safe Mode Start up, then go to a restore point. I have uninstalled NW Magic and start up works fine. I have installed and uninstalled NW Magic twice now for trouble shooting purposes, and I am convinced that NW Magic is the culprit. Rick Broida, in the September issue of PCWorld indicates that Network Magic is supported by Windows 7, so I am reasonably certain that the problem is not a compatibility issue. I really like using Newwork Magic. How can I resolve this problem?
Posted 24 September 2010 - 02:37 PM
The Network Magic System Requirements page doesn't list Windows 7, but it also doesn't say it won't work with Windows 7. Applications that work on Vista typically work on 7, too. Are you using Network Magic Pro 5.5, Network Magic Essentials 5.5, or the 7-day trial known as Network Magic Basic? Also, can you please tell me the article's title? I don't read the magazine but hopefully I can find it on the website.
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