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The battery manager application will only run under vista if its executed under administrator.
So if it starts up on boot there is a message saying can on run as administrator.
Is there a way to automatically set the application to administrator to avoid the admin warning box.
search for compatibility administrator software for vista, it lets you set trust levels for software.
You could try right clicking on the program’s shortcut and select Properties.
Select the ‘Compatibility’ tab and tick ‘Run this program in compatibility mode for:’ Windows XP (Service Pack 2).
Under ‘Privilege Level’ check ‘Run this program as an administrator’.
This should give you the greatest chance of running an XP program under Vista or 7.
I stopped UAC and also ran Battery Manager in compatabilty mode for xpSP2 and Run as administrator, there were no problems after that.
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