- Sorry to hear that, Bjorn. I ll bet you could buy a computer for $100 that would boot XP off those old disks and keep you printing. That might be cheaperMessage 1 of 36 , Dec 3, 2012View SourceSorry to hear that, Bjorn. I'll bet you could buy a computer for $100 that would boot XP off those old disks and keep you printing. That might be cheaper and certainly less stressful than wrestling with software almost-solutions. But if you really want to do that, I suggest you install VirtualBox (free at https://www.virtualbox.org/wiki/Downloads) on your new computer, and run the old WinXP as a guest OS. That might cost you the use of the printer on the new one, but should keep all your setup including licenses working as it did. Do a partition-image backup of the old disk against the day when it dies, and you could be good for a decade.
Best regards, Tom
--- In PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com, Bjørn K Nilssen <bk@...> wrote:
> On Sun, 02 Dec 2012 00:06:18 +0100, Thomas <TKSharpless@...> wrote:
> > I had the same problem with my EpsonR2400. It is the last 13-inch Epson
> > that accepts roll paper, and I depend on that. But the only working
> > >driver is for Windows XP. Worse still, installing any version of
> > Photoshop after CS2 breaks even the XP driver-- you get horrible
> > green-and->pink pictures no matter what you ask for.
> > So, if you have the space, I suggest you do what I did: keep the old
> > computer and s/w as-is, just for printing. I have to actually copy the
> > files to >the old machine and print them there from CS2, remote
> > printiing from newer Windows versions or Mac OS is out of the question.
> > But this way >everything works the way I understand it, and the wholes
> > setup was "free" :-). Indeed it works so well that I have bought an old
> > but unused >R2400 to carry on when the present one dies.
> > This is a simple application of one of the fundamental principles of
> > engineering:
> > "if it ain't broke, don't fix it".
> But it is broken ;)
> My old computer is gone - the cabinet and some of the HDDs remains, with
> new OS.
> Mos of the programs I use for printing is not installed on my laptop
> (still XP), and many of them can't be installed neither, due to single
> licenses. And the occasional print job, a receipt from a webshop, a letter
> etc would be quite cumbersome to save, copy and print, instead of just
> Bjørn K Nilssen - 3D and 360-panorama - Kristiansand
- I have the 5.5 and he 5.6. Could I send it for firstname.lastname@example.org ? regards, Antonio Cabral Com os melhores cumprimentos, António Cabral digisfera webMessage 36 of 36 , Dec 4, 2012View SourceI have the 5.5 and he 5.6.
Could I send it for tived@... ?
Com os melhores cumprimentos,
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2012/12/4 Henrik <tived@...>Contact autodesk, would b the first choice
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On 05/12/2012, at 2:50, Michael McKelvey <m_t_j_mckelvey@...> wrote:
Does anyone know how or where I can an old copy of Realviz Stitcher 5.5 from? I lost it from my PC and as Realviz have been taken over by AutoDesk am stumped as to where I can find a copy, I do have its original serial number.M