Damian Posted November 5, 2011 Report Share Posted November 5, 2011 I have resorted to running Visilogic in an XP virtual machine because it is simply unusable under Windows 7 64 bit. For anyone else who may also want to run Visilogic within the XP virtual machine built into Win7, after installing you may notice that your Visilogic screens may appear garbled. This is because XP mode defaults to 16 bit color mode. If you go to the windows properties and attempt to change the screen settings to 32 bit, you will notice that only 16bit shows as available. You must first go up to tools and select "Disable Integration Features". Then go back to configuration and you will now find that 32bit color is now an option. Unfortunately you will not be able to re-enable integration features and retain the 32 bit color mode, but it is not necessary for running Visilogic as long as you are communicating over Ethernet or and USB to Serial converter. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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