Have a look at the SafeNet SentinelEnd User Guide from Safenet Inc. (Rainbow Technologies) has released updated drivers for the SentinelSuperpro dongle. The latest Sentinel drivers can be downloaded from Safenet website . These drivers support both 32 and 64 bit computers.
Windows 64bit problems?
The first thing you need to do is to enable OpenGL Crosshairs. This is done by checking "Tools > OpenGL Crosshairs". You will also need to enable support for AWE. AWE requires "SE_LOCK_MEMORY" privilege. To enable AWE, follow these two steps: Control Panel > Administrative Tools > Local Security Policies, Local Policies > User Rights Assignment > Lock Pages in Memory > Add User or Group > Everyone. You must reboot for this setting to take effect. Finally you will have to download and install the 64bit Safenet drivers from the Safenet website
Windows Vista problems?
The first thing you need to do is to disable "desktop composition" for Map3D. This is done by right clicking on the icon or menu item you use to start Map3D and go to "Properties > Compatibility" then check "Disable Desktop Composition". All other problems seem to be related to new security restrictions. You may have to set Map3D to run with administrator privileges so that Vista will permit Map3D to access the hard disk. You may also have to set macro security on low in Excel so that Vista will permit Map3D to run Excel macros. Finally you may have to download and install the Safenet drivers as indicated in the next paragraph.
First thing to try is executing "Detect and Repair". This routine is located on the Excel Help menu.
How to display interactive 3D Map3D models in PowerPoint
The best way of doing this is to use the free PDF3D PowerPoint plugin PDF3D in PowerPoint . This allows you to embed your 3D-PDF created using "Map3D > File > Output > 3D-PDF Screen Image" directly into your presentation.
PDF3D with Office also supports plugins for Word and Excel.
Another tool that is useful is DeepView .