A workaround for the first issue would be to disable the specific UAC prompts you are referring to without completely disabling UAC by using software such as TweakUAC.
I think our friends at naturalpoint need to start signing their software, so that your second issue is solved.
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- Sun May 13, 2007 11:53 am
- Forum: SmartNAV General
- Topic: Dangerous to damaged eyes?
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<t>I have very sensitive eyes, and I had trouble working with smartnav for more than an hour without getting fatigue. What I did is to mount the smartnav about a meter above me, and have it look down at me at a steep angle. I also used the smartnav hat. This way the infrared beam had no direct path ...