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16-bit Windows Programs is not Running





dxhunter
Hi all I have a problem last day I download Half-Life about 210 Mb. and I cant insstal setup.exe give error

I have screenshots but turksih windows.

James007
1. Search for a file named "autoexec.nt". It should be in your c:\windows\ folder or in your c:\windows\repair\ folder. If you can't find it in those folders, you can download it here.
2. COPY the file autoexec.nt to c:\windows\system32\
3. Now the file is copied to your system32 folder, search it in that folder and right click it. Click "properties" and make sure that the "read only" option is CHECKED.
4. Restart your system.
5. Try again.

James Smile
dxhunter
Yes I make this Sure not is not working. Crying or Very sad Crying or Very sad Crying or Very sad
n0obie4life
dxhunter wrote:
Hi all I have a problem last day I download Half-Life


Quit supporting warez.
James007
Maybe it's an invalid installer Confused
Don't expect quality from a P2P network.

James Smile
theerawate
I use 16-bit program regular.
When i use WindowsXP it OK.
i up WindowsXP SP1 it cannot use 16-bit program and warnning like that.
when up WindowsXP SP2 it OK.

If you use WindowsXP SP1 , i recommend to up to WindowsXP SP2 .
Cridiron
I have the same problem on some programs that do that...I don't know what the problem would be... Hopefully James' advice works!
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