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Discussion in 'Mimaki' started by vfarina, Jun 29, 2010.

  1. vfarina

    vfarina New Member

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    hi all thanks for the great site. I am running rastor link pro II , fine cut 7 on a mimaki jv3. I recently updated w/ new computer; windows 7. Not sure where to start, have gotten different info from supplier and manufacturer. Anyone running windows 7???? thanks
     
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    tcorn1965 Very Active Member

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    By the way...Welcome to :signs101:....You should post an introduction in the new member welcome forum!

    Terry
     
  4. Dice

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    You will need RasterLink 5 to run on windows 7. If you have a serial key then you can download it from their site and install it. If you have a dongle or the bundle version your out of luck. You'll have to use version 4 on an XP machine.
     
  5. vfarina

    vfarina New Member

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    thanks
     
  6. vfarina

    vfarina New Member

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    do you know if version 4 will work on an xp "compatible" windows 7 machine?
     
  7. SightLine

    SightLine Very Active Member

    No idea on trying to run it on a virtual machine session. Personally I'd not try it myself as you do not want a "buggy" or otherwise rigged setup for business critical things. Also versus downloading drivers from some third party site I'd suggest downloading them directly from Mimaki.

    http://www.mimaki.co.jp/english/download/uc_index.php

    Not saying they are (and they are probably just fine) but who knows if someone has tampered with files from 3rd party sites. If you can get something directly from the manufacturer it just seems prudent to do so.

    Not really sure what version the driver at the other site is but the newest 3.0 one from Mimaki also supports 64 bit operating systems if the copy of Windows 7 you will be using is 64 bit that will be mandatory.
     
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