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dmstein

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Hi--
I've been using 'Print Artist 4.0' with Windows XP for quite awhile. It's an older program, and not completely compatible, but still quite functional.

I tried to open it the other day, and got a "16 bit Windows Subsystem" error (the 'system 32\autoexec.nt. --not suitable for running MS-DOS" message).

My first thought was to reinstall Print Artist--but it wouldn't work.

So, I downloaded the 'XP repair,' and was able to open the Print Artist page.

However---now, when I click on 'install,' I get an "Application Error" message: "Integer divide by 0" .

Now I'm stumped. How do I repair THAT error?

Thanks...
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gerryf

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What do you mean "downloaded the 'XP repair'"?

What did you download.

Also, were you using SP1 before and SP2 now?
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dmstein

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Oh, sorry--the 'XP repair' was a link to, well, a page with XP repairs for different issues!

The link was posted, on this list, under a topic mentioning the first error message I got--the '16 bit Windows Subsystem' error ("system 32"). I try to read previous, pertinent messages before I ask for help.

However, I have managed to get things up & running again. The bad news is, I don't know exactly how I did it--I just kept trying things until it worked. I did not do anything that would fix the 'integer divide by 0' error--but, it seems that must not be too important of an error message, as everything is working at this point.

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