02-10-2007 12:32 PM
02-15-2007 12:39 PM
04-15-2007 06:03 PM
None of Vista's improved security features causes more aggravation than the User Account Control. While it's meant as a helpful safeguard for preventing you (or malware) from running a program that could cause problems on your system, its tendency to pop up too often can make it more annoying than useful. Microsoft advises that you not to disable it, but if you want to lose it—and the pesky warning icon that will show up in the system tray when you do—here's how.
1. Click on the Start button, then click on Control Panel.
2. Click on User Accounts.
3. Click on User Accounts again.
4. Click on "Turn User Account Control on or off"
5. Click "Continue."
6. Uncheck the box next to "Use User Account Control (UAC) to help protect your computer" and click OK.
7. Reboot your computer.
8. Return to the Control Panel, then click on Security.
9. Click on Security Center.
10. Click on "Change the way Security Center alerts me"
11. Click "Don't notify me and don't display the icon (not recommended)"
Your Pen should now work in Vista...
11-21-2007 05:07 AM
My io2 software installed and runs without problem in vista, but says it cannot recognize the paper. It is also unable to download/find new paper definitions. Can you help me please?
I am using the same standard logitech/collins a4 and a5 notebooks I sued when I ran the pen on my old XP machine.
03-11-2008 02:17 PM
04-05-2008 05:49 PM
I got everything to install from the disk packaged with my IO2 on my Vista Home Basic Laptop. This is what I did:
1. insert disk
2. open the folder view
3. right click on "setup.exe" (looks like the IO2 pen)
4. go to the compatibility tab
5. check the box for "compatibility mode" and "run this program in compatibility mode"
6. select "windows XP (service pack 2)"
7. click apply (then click OK to make the properties menu go away)
8. right click on "setup.exe" again, but this time choose "run as administrator"
let it install, it should work fine (at least it did for me)
good luck, all!