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I was installing Rosetta Stone. I have Windows Vista. When I tried to install it, i got an error message saying, "C:\Windows...\AUTOEXEC.NT. This system file is missing." Follow by instructions to click "close" to terminate. I was thinking the software maybe just wasn't for Vista?
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it depends on the version you own:

Requirements for Rosetta Stone User Workstations

Applicable to Personal Edition CD-ROM products, Homeschool Edition CD-ROM products, and Network and Stand-Alone Classroom Editions
Version 2:

* Windows (32-bit editions only) 2000 or XP, Mac OS X 10.4 or 10.5
* 128 MB RAM
* 250 MB free hard-drive space
* 16-bit sound card
* 800 x 600 display resolution
* Speech Recognition feature requires a headset microphone (USB or analog)

Version 3:

* Windows (32-bit editions only) 2000, XP or Vista, Mac OS X 10.4 or 10.5
* 1 GHz or faster processor speed
* 512 RAM
* 600 MB free hard-drive space (per level)
* 16-bit sound card
* 800 x 600 display resolution (1024 x 768 recommended)
* Internet or phone connection required for product activation.
* Speech Recognition feature requires a headset microphone (USB recommended)
* 16X CD-ROM Drive (for installation)
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