I know it's still kinda early to even be thinking about it, but I was wondering if RMVX is compatible with Windows 7. The reason I ask is that I will in all likelihood convert my failing vista system over to W7 as soon as it comes out, or sooner if I decide to try out the RC. But I don't really want to do an upgrade unless I know there are no compatibility issues with RMVX. I kinda need that program to work... I know there shouldn't be, I mean the compatibility thing is one of the things they're pushing with W7, but still, I'd like to know beforehand.
As a second question that has to deal with the upgrading, can I reinstall RMVX onto my PC, with backed-up program files, and not have to by a second license? I've been wondering this for a while, especially since there have been a few times recently that I was seriously considering just reformatting the computer to solve my issues. If worst comes to worst, buying a new license isn't the worst thing, I have all the game files safe, so that's good.
Don't bother with Windows 7 for now as the beta's are just about done and it expires in 2 months. But, that said, VX should work with 7 without issue as apps compatible with Vista are compatible with 7.
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VX was built for Vista, as XP was built for... wait for it... XP. I'm sure VX will run on the Win7 OS.
Also, you will never need to buy a license. Just find the file named PSIKey_2.dll and copy it to the new VX directory. Make sure you overwrite the current PSIKey_2.dll. It basically tells the program whether it is in trial or full version. Copy that .dll and it should be fine.