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Registered but can't download Vista version of Powerchute

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Registered but can't download Vista version of Powerchute

This was originally posted on APC forums on 1/12/2008


I've purchased a Backups 750ES which came with Powerchute Personal for XP and it won't run on Vista.
I found the location on the website to download the Vista version but it won't let me without a login.
I registered the product and got a confirmation email but there was no login info included and if I request the login info on the login page is says my account does not exist.
How can I get the Vista version of Powerchute?


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KevinRH_apc
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Registered but can't download Vista version of Powerchute

This was originally posted on APC forums on 1/12/2008


I've purchased a Backups 750ES which came with Powerchute Personal for XP and it won't run on Vista.
I found the location on the website to download the Vista version but it won't let me without a login.
I registered the product and got a confirmation email but there was no login info included and if I request the login info on the login page is says my account does not exist.
How can I get the Vista version of Powerchute?

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Re: Registered but can't download Vista version of Powerchute

This reply was originally posted by Charlie on APC forums on 7/18/2009


I have an Ups model BE500U, tried to use this link to use it with my laptop HP Pavillion dv6000 running Vista basic home edition...but came saying this operating system is not supported...Now, what??? Please help.

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Re: Registered but can't download Vista version of Powerchute

This was originally posted on APC forums on 7/19/2009


The Power Chute Personal Edition version 2.2 is the latest software for Vista OS. Click on the below link to download the PCPE version 2.2 for Vista.
http://www.apc.com/tools/download/software_comp.cfm?sw_sku=SFPCPE22&id=129&swfam=129

You do need to register if you do not have login credentials to download the software from the above link.

Try installing the PCPE version 2.2 and see if it installs fine. Make sure that the USB cable between the UPS and the Computer is attached properly while installing the software.

I hope it helps.

KevinRH_apc
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Registered but can't download Vista version of Powerchute

This was originally posted on APC forums on 1/12/2008


I've purchased a Backups 750ES which came with Powerchute Personal for XP and it won't run on Vista.
I found the location on the website to download the Vista version but it won't let me without a login.
I registered the product and got a confirmation email but there was no login info included and if I request the login info on the login page is says my account does not exist.
How can I get the Vista version of Powerchute?