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25 Days of Christmas - Problem

Well, I have a new file to share, however, I'm having Vista issues. My husband got a new computer for Christmas. He insists I get his 'old' one. It has Vista, I don't want vista lol Here it is though. It has new RAM and has been formatted. I sat here all morning installing my software and getting it to where I like. I can NOT get RoboMaster to install correctly! I've tried and tried, but vista doesn't recognize the driver.

I got a KNK for Christmas, but that doesn't help me with the GSD's. So, if you have a CraftRobo AND the NEW RoboMaster (5.1) and would like to testcut a file for me, please email or IM me. It's a simple cone box for New years treats and has an icicle border to go around the top. I need to make sure the icicle/year border fits the box correctly.



DebbiB said…
If you still need someone to test cut your file, I would be happy to help!
Alison said…
I'm so glad to hear that I can use my CR with Vista. I want to upload to my laptop but have been afraid. And I wish I hadn't gotten vista too! :)

Love your files
Tammey said…
I installed the upgrade, but I CAN'T use my CR! Vista doesn't recognize the CR driver! That's why I can't cut the file. I re-installed several times, but I still can't use my robo. I'm not sure what the solution is. If anyone knows, I'd love to hear it. Thanks! ~Tammey
Tammey said…
DebbiB - I would be glad to send it to you, but I don't know your email and your blogger profile doesn't show one!

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