04-02-2012 03:05 PM
I was just about to install on Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit then see this post which made me think twice about the install.
I know the original post was only a couple of days ago but I would really like to know the answer to this as soon as pos so I can get my windows updated if need be.
Sorry to sound impatient but my project is running behind already and the last thing I need is to wait weeks to get my laptop changed/upgraded (I have only just got it :-)
04-26-2012 10:53 AM
So from your statement below. If I try to install and run ISE Webpack on "Windows7 Home premium, 64 bit" it should work. PLEASE CONFIRM ASAP... Also, which ISE FREE Webpack version number I can download/use? Can you please send me the download link?
04-26-2012 12:09 PM
So from your statement below. If I try to install and run ISE Webpack on "Windows7 Home premium, 64 bit" it should work. PLEASE CONFIRM ASAP
Already asked, and already answered.
... Also, which ISE FREE Webpack version number I can download/use?
Any version from 13 forward, but you should be using the latest release version (13.4).
Can you please send me the download link?
You can easily find the download by following the PRODUCTS link to the ISE TOOLS link.
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