Archive for the ‘Support’ Category

What Is A Member Only Release?

16/02/2007
A Member Only release is a special version of an application (usually a new version which is not publicly available) which is made available to members of the web site only.  A member of the site has registered to show their interest and support of the freeware applications available. Membership of the site is free.  Member only releases facilities are currently not [...]
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What Is Our Policy On Older Or End Of Support Cycle Operating Systems?

25/07/2006
Here at Really Effective we take pride in trying to release our software for all Windows operating systems since Windows 95 and NT4 even after Microsoft no longer officially offers technical support anymore. At the time of writing Windows NT4, 95, 98, 98 Second Edition and Millennium Edition have reached their end of support cycle. This means it is no longer possible to get developer support from Microsoft and many developer tools are no longer supported by their respective manufacturers on [...]
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A Privileged Instruction Error Is Displayed?

24/07/2006
The Privileged Instruction error is known to occur when using TICK with Windows XP or above and the Internal Speaker options have been selected. This problem which is usually solved by adjusting your security level (more information in the Related Posts section below) seems to occur on some installations regardless of your Administrator level. The current workaround is to ensure you have no active dial up networking connections and change your sound options from Internal Speaker to None or [...]
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I Am Not Able To Select / Show Connect Speed?

24/07/2006
Due to various limitations TICK is not able to support connect speed if you use Windows NT4, Windows 2000, Windows XP or above. It is hoped that this limitation will be addressed in a future [...]
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Installing / Uninstalling On A Restricted User Account (Windows NT4/2000 And Above)

24/07/2006
Windows NT4/2000 and above introduces new security levels for users that can restrict access to the registry and files that applications need to operate successfully. The latest version of TICK v1.50+ (available soon) has had its setup application upgraded to allow restricted users to run the applications by adjusting the access level of the installation/data folders if required.  Using versions of the applications before these versions may cause privileged instruction errors to be [...]
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