16 bit emulator: Get virtual box http://www.virtualbox.org/
or vmware (not
free), install it on Vista and inside virtual box, install Windows 3.x or
Windows 95, and finally run your 'old 16 bit' on it.
Essentially you created a computer inside your computer. If you want to use
trial software forever or use malware/junk software the virtual machine
setup is the best way
From: ctpp-news-bounces(a)chrispy.net [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
On Behalf Of John-Paul Hopman
Sent: Thursday, September 17, 2009 12:33 PM
To: CTPP News
Subject: re: [CTPP] CTPP 2000 Software question
I was just talking to someone who had an issue installing E-911 software on
a new Vista laptop. Supposedly, if you right click on the setup executable,
you can specify you want the application installed as a Windows XP app. Not
sure if that helps though.
Does anyone know of any 16-bit emulators maybe?
> Robert Keeth wrote:
> > Yes, I've tried to load the CTPP Browser on a Windows Vista machine,
> get the following error message:
> > Unsupported 16-Bit Application
> > The program or feature "\E:\Extraction Software\software\setup.exe"
> cannot start or run due to incompatibility with 64-bit versions of
> Windows. Please contact the software vendor to ask if a 64-bit Windows
> compatible version is available.
> > Can anybody help me?
> > Thanks.
> > Bob Keeth
> > Volusia County MPO
> > Daytona Beach, FL
> > (386) 226-0422 extension 30
> > Robert Keeth, Senior Planner
> > Volusia County Metropolitan Planning Organization
> > Indigo Professional Centre, Suite 120
> > 2570 W. International Speedway Boulevard
> > Daytona Beach, FL 32114-8145
> > (386) 226-0422 ext. 30 - voice
> > (386) 226-0428 - fax
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