A user notices that some of the programs that are installed before upgrading to Windows 7 no longer function properly. What can the user do to fix this problem?

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A user notices that some of the programs that are installed before upgrading to Windows 7 no longer function properly. What can the user do to fix this problem? 1IT Exam Answers Staff asked 3 months ago

A user notices that some of the programs that are installed before upgrading to Windows 7 no longer function properly. What can the user do to fix this problem?

  • Lower the UAC setting in the Change User Account Control settings dialog box of the User Accounts control.
  • Reinstall the programs in Compatibility Mode.
  • Update the driver for the graphics card.
  • Change the file system to FAT16.

Explanation: UAC is used to change user account settings while converting the file system to FAT16 and updating the driver for the graphics card will not resolve the issue. Compatibility mode in Windows 7 allows for the running of a program created for previous versions of the Windows environment.

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