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  1. What would be nice is when a console name is created via HyperHQ, the next time HLHQ is launched a popup appears with verbiage like, "HyperlaunchHQ has detected a new console system, would you like to see the setup guide now?" and then it simply links to the appropriate section of the Wiki. I realize it's probably premature to recommend it, but none the less it's one more way to curb "how do I" questions.
  2. First of all get yourself groomed to set everything to run as admin. Also ensure you disable UAC and reboot. Windows 8 can be difficult so remove these two variables from your life. Delete your Hypersync Cloud folder and start fresh if need be. Deleting and starting over was the fix for me. I would have to believe because the folder is moved then the created registry entries no longer work correctly.
  3. Rain - I'm almost mirroring what Circo said earlier but seriously I wouldn't even consider supporting Windows XP. Microsoft gives the shelf life of 10 years. Even though Vista sucked major ass I would simply make a stipulation that if a person wants to run Hypersync and get support they must be using Vista or later. Your time is way too valuable to dick a round with an OS that itself has no manufacturer support for. The people that are using Windows XP with FCKGW PID# need to nut up and pay for an OS already lol. PS - thanks for your work. I haven't updated Hypersync yet but hopefully will get around to it this weekend. Anyone have any issues on Windows 8?
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