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LightScribe Template Labeler for Windows 10

LightScribe Template Labeler installation "Operating System Inadequate" Issue

Unfortunately 'LightScribe Template Labeler' installation will not work on Windows 8 and Windows 10 machines as the install simply will error out with 'Operating System Inadequate'. Trying to install using compatibility mode did not help.

Installing LightScribe Template Labeler Workaround

However if you simply copy the installed folder from an older machine like Windows 7 into your `C:\\Program Files (x86)\LightScribe Template Labeler`, create a shortcut, then the software will still happily work, see: http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows8_1-performance/lightscribe-templatesimple-labeler-the-system-is/c2ebee28-bfb5-4aef-beb3-a43329561da8?db=5&auth=1

So you can install Windows 7 machine in a virtual machine, install 'LightScribe Template Labeler', and then copy the resulting folder to your Windows 8 or Windows 10 machine. For my own convenience to avoid this process in the future I am keeping a zipped version of the folder that you can download it here: LightScribe Template Labeler for Windows 10 (please comment if the link is dead).

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  1. Worked like a charm!!!!! Thank you for posting this solution.

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  2. Worked like a charm!! Thanks for posting this solution

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  3. Thank you so much! Worked perfect!

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