Soooo.... Inquiring minds want to know right? Well I was curious about Adobe CS3. I've used this software on many machines in the past and went to load er' up on the Mini 10v. I was prompted by a response on youtube about whether it would run or not. I load it up and the very first thing I see is an ERROR! Oh snap! Minimum screen resolution not met? (1024x768 btw)
Being clever and such I decided to run the install with an external monitor set as primary and... Voila! It runs and get this.... back on the normal screen with the 1024x576 set the PROGRAM actually runs... Just fine... Better then fine actually... So I gets to thinking... Why the resolution lock on the install but not the program specially when the program runs souper-smooth? Soooo....
Heres my question: Is there a way to circumvent the install block while using the smaller resolution, that doesn't involve a second monitor, which most people probably don't have available. You guys are pretty sharp so I figured I'de toss this out there, specially since CS3 is not the only program with this kinda block in place.
:: Dell Inspiron 1011 (10v) ::
::Intel Atom processor N270 1.6GHz, 533Mhz, 512K L2 Cache - 120GB, 2.5inch, 5400RPM SATA Hard Drive - Obsidian Black - Integrated 1.3M Pixel Webcam - 56WHr Lithium-Ion Battery (6-cell) - 10.1 Inch Widescreen Display::
2GB upgrade ofcourse