[gme-users] GME and Windows 7
ksmyth at isis.vanderbilt.edu
Fri Aug 6 18:23:07 CDT 2010
Registering interpreters requires admin privileges, so visual studio
should be run as administrator. Alternatively, you can remove the
regsvr32 custom build step and register inside Gme.
The GReAT samples are located in program files, which is now write
protected. Users should copy the samples to e.g. My Documents before
On Aug 6, 2010, at 12:04 PM, "Jonathan Sprinkle" <sprinkle at ECE.Arizona.Edu
> Hi all,
> I'm teaching a course this fall that is a reincarnation of the good-
> ole MIC class at VU/ISIS. I'm expecting many users will have new
> laptops with windows 7 on it.
> Are there any known problems w/ using GME, GReAT, UDM, etc. on
> Windows 7? I recall registration problems w/ Vista that caused
> issues for awhile, hoping to head some of these things off at the
> pass... ;) I didn't see anything in the readme for the newest GME.
> Thanks for any advice!
> Jonathan Sprinkle, Ph.D.
> Assistant Professor
> University of Arizona
> sprinkjm at ECE.Arizona.Edu
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