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  • Compiler Updates

    Published on 26th April 2017 16:36

    Full install of 8-bit Proton and Proton24

    Download the full compiler and latest patches from here
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    Although PDS is shipped for use under Windows XP, Beta testing of ther Windows 7 installer is nearing completion. Use of PDS under Winows 7, Vista and even Windows under Mac OSX is now wide spread among users and will soon be officially supported by Crownhill. However until official support is provided, for those testing under Windows 7, here is a link to WINDOWS 7 Microsoft Signed Drivers for the USB License key.

    There are many posts on our support forums that will assist users that are having issues with thier Windows installation and the USB drivers. The drivers DO WORK correctly Windows can report issues, please don't assume its a driver issue or USB key issue, look at the Windows installation. Antivirus etc first.

    examples post on the forum related to drivers: USB-Key-drivers-not-installing
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    Although PDS is shipped for use under Windows XP, some users have manually installed PDS under Windows Vista and Windows 7. This Beta testing activity is now wide spread amongst users and will soon be officially supported by Crownhill. However untill official support is provided, for those testing under Vista and Windows 7, here is a link to Microsoft Signed Drivers for the USB License key.
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    Published on 4th October 2012 06:12

    Licensed users may access the Anomaly Reporting and Beta testing area.

    When there are beta releases of the ...

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