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bielser
Posts: 2
Registered: ‎05-06-2012
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NIS 2012 and Pandora Radio

Is there an issue with NIS 2012 and the latest upgrade to Pandora Radio?  I am running a Windows Vista Home Premium 32 bit machine and keep getting the Windows blue screen when I try to install the latest Pandora Radio desktop software.  The Windows diagnostics says it could be due to my antivirus software not being updated, etc.  My NIS 2012 is updated and seems to be working fine. 

 

Is there really a problem with NIS 2012 and Pandora?  If not, I will have to believe there is a bug in the Pandora upgrade but I do not see anything when I search the internet about an upgrade bug. 

 

If anyone has any ideas, please share them. 

 

Thanks.

dickevans
Posts: 11,758
Registered: ‎04-08-2008

Re: NIS 2012 and Pandora Radio


bielser wrote:

Is there an issue with NIS 2012 and the latest upgrade to Pandora Radio?  I am running a Windows Vista Home Premium 32 bit machine and keep getting the Windows blue screen when I try to install the latest Pandora Radio desktop software.  The Windows diagnostics says it could be due to my antivirus software not being updated, etc.  My NIS 2012 is updated and seems to be working fine. 

 

Is there really a problem with NIS 2012 and Pandora?  If not, I will have to believe there is a bug in the Pandora upgrade but I do not see anything when I search the internet about an upgrade bug. 

 

If anyone has any ideas, please share them. 

 

Thanks.


Welcome,

I've been running Pandora and NIS2012, as well as earlier versions, for some time. I'm on W7x64 now and was on XP so I can't speak directly to a Vista problem. To date no problems with Pandora or NIS.

Sorry I can't offer more help

Dick
Win7x64 SP1 current NIS V21
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bielser
Posts: 2
Registered: ‎05-06-2012

Re: NIS 2012 and Pandora Radio

I ended up un-installing Adobe AIR and Pandora.  I then reinstalled Adobe AIR and the new version of Pandoa and everything worked fine (no Windows Blue Screen). 

 

I never really thought NIS was to blame but that is what the Windows diagnostic software pointed to.

 

Thanks.