Windows 7 : any problems installing or running Python ?
llcawthorne at archlinux.us
Sun Jan 3 00:47:37 CET 2010
I'm not Skippy, but I do have my wife's Toshiba Satellite running
Windows 7 Home Premium laying around. I figured that since I am fairly
well set to duplicate all the information you gave in your problem, I
would take a look. The bad news is that Python works great on it, so
your problem needs more troubleshooting.. I have IDLE open right now
with no issues. Python version: 3.1.1, Idle version: 3.1.1, Tk version:
Have you tried launching Python from a command line in the directory
that you installed it to perhaps? Maybe it would spit out an error
message (or the interpreter might just work and maybe you have a Tk
problem... who knows).
On 01/02/2010 09:15 AM, David M Covey Sr. wrote:
> Hello Skippy,
> In response to your message "Windows 7 : any problems installing or
> running Python ?" I found posted at
> I've got to say that I can't seem to get any version of Python to work
> on my computer. I have a Toshiba Satellite laptop running Windows 7
> Home Premium with an AMD Turion II Dual-Core processor. I've tried all
> of the versions listed at http://python.org/download with no success.
> They install fine but when I try to run the IDLE (Python GUI), it does
> nothing at all.
> Do you have any suggestions that might help me out here? I would
> really appreciate your input.
> Thank you,
> David M Covey Sr.
> admin at daffitt.com <mailto:admin at daffitt.com>
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