win10 installation of MeasureMax

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    yeah, there is no "MeasureMax" forum topic that I can find. If there is, someone please direct me there.
    We still have a few MeasureMax programs we have not had time to convert to PCDmis. Now we have to get a new win10 pc going on one of our cmm's. I have the Hexagon MeasureMax installation instruction for win7, is there one for win10? Or is there anything I should do different? Note I have a note that I need to use vbsp6 for 64 bit installations which is a departure from the win7 instruction.
    "It ain't those parts of the Bible that I can't understand that bother me, it is the parts that I do understand." Mark Twain

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    I've gone ahead and tried to do it like I would with win7 but the control center wont display, all I get are a couple little dialog boxes.
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    note, so far this is just on my desk pc, not the cmm. any ideas?

    edit, found that if I run the shortcut as admin I dont have that issue. But still wont run. I posted to the sticky at c m m - g u y s but there isn't much in there about win10.
    Last edited by Kevo_cmm; 07-04-2019, 12:05 PM.
    "It ain't those parts of the Bible that I can't understand that bother me, it is the parts that I do understand." Mark Twain

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      Originally posted by Kevo_cmm View Post
      yeah, there is no "MeasureMax" forum topic that I can find. If there is, someone please direct me there.]
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        thanks, I'm checking there too, no replies yet.

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      what I've learned so far: make a shortcut to the controlcenter.exe file. left-click the shortcut and pick properties. click the compatibility tab. change the
      compatibility mode to something other than win10 - I chose win7 and its running better. also click the run this program as admin check box still has the extra dialog box that hangs around, but I guess it can be ignored.
      "It ain't those parts of the Bible that I can't understand that bother me, it is the parts that I do understand." Mark Twain

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