ProSelect on Vista
ProSelect works fine on most versions of Vista32 (the 32 bit version of Vista).
At this point in time, we do NOT test or support ProSelect on Vista64 (the 64 bit version). We do know that many of our clients are running ProSelect on this version of Vista without any problems, however, some people have reported very odd issues when using ProSelect with their particular Vista64 hardware/software combination.
If you are using ProSelect v4, then v4.1.7 to v2012r2.3 was tested with success at the time of their release on Windows 7 (64 bit). ProSelect v2013r1 and v2014r1 has been successfully tested on Windows 7 & 8 (64 bit) , however if an issue is found, then this will be fixed in the latest ProSelect software release.
Other Vista Notes
The sections below are for historical purposes and discuss some previous problems and solutions to Vista issues in the past. Most of these relate to using ProSelect 3.2.2 or earlier on Vista as we began incorporating work-arounds into ProSelect version 3.3.0 and newer releases from late 2007.
Vista 64 - New Quicktime version stops slideshow in ProSelect - added March 5, 2014
We have had a report from a user about Quicktime (likely v7.7.4) on Vista 64 with ProSelect that may be of assistance to you also.
"After much troubleshooting I figured out that the most recent version of quicktime was installed yesterday which conflicts with Proselect operating on my Windows Vista 64 bit system. I removed quicktime and installed the previous version (of Quicktime) and all is well again. You'll probably get more support requests for this issue. "
ProSelect crashes after upgrading to Vista from Windows XP
There have been reports of problems running ProSelect (and other programs) when upgrading to Vista from Windows XP. These were fixed after doing a "clean install" of Vista rather than an upgrade.
Vista 64 - Dropdown menus do not work - added August 4, 2007
This was reported as happening in the Preferences (and maybe other places) and resulted in a "Out-of-bounds" exception error when the Preferences was closed.
Not Connecting with Photoshop - Updated Sept 12, 2007
This problem can occur if you are using any operation that links to Photoshop including:
The symptoms are that nothing happens when you try any of the above operations and/or the progress dialog flashes on the screen and disappears immediately.
Using ProSelect version 3.2.2
We have found that this problem occurs when ProSelect 3.2.2 is running with Administrator privileges. This can occur when either:
Making sure ProSelect is not setup to run with Administrator privileges
Problem with music when playing a Slideshow - Updated May 10, 2007
A few users have reported getting this message when starting a slideshow: