[Athen] Kurzweil 3000 License-To-Go and Vista

John Elmer JElmer at vcccd.edu
Thu Oct 4 16:48:11 PDT 2007

Go into the User Control Panel and turn off the User Access Control (UAC)
then restart the computer. It should then install and license just fine.
Then, if you want, you can turn the UAC back on, but it is so annoying
that I can't imagine why you would. :-)

John F. Elmer
Alternate Media Specialist
Ventura College
Educational Assistance Center (DSP&S)
4667 Telegraph Road
Ventura, CA 93003
805.654.6400, x1278

"Kevin Carini" <KCarini at matcmadison.edu>
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10/04/2007 06:51 AM
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[Athen] Kurzweil 3000 License-To-Go and Vista


Has anyone had any experience installing or granting a Kurzweil 3000
(Version 10) License-To-Go on a computer with the Vista operating system?
I have installed several on XP systems and had no problems, but this is my
first on a Vista system and I have been having some difficulty. I
contacted the Kurzweil Technical Support and they sent me a step by step
installation guide for Vista. It has to be done manually because of all
the Vista security features. I followed the guide exactly the way it was
stated. There is also a 10.04 patch that is available to download and
that has to be downloaded manually also. The student's laptop has her
setup as the administrator, but Vista still refuses to accept the license.
Any advice would be helpful. Thank you.

Kevin M. Carini MS, CRC
DRS Specialist
kcarini at matcmadison.edu
(608) 243-4612

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