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How to change the compatibility of an exe file to Win95


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stupidsteve

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I have resently downloaded a torrent of the first Resident Evil game and burned it to a cd. In order to play it I have to change a few things. I got it from http://thepiratebay...._Evil_1_1997_pc . When you try to install it it says it only work s with Win95. I first have to change the compatibility of all the exe files to Win95. I'm not very good with computers so can someone please help me out.

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Edited by stupidsteve, 12 June 2009 - 08:38 AM.

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GTG does not assist in issues with P2P problems except for the removal of the programs pursuant to the Terms Of Use. This thread will be turned over to a Administrator and closed according to the reasons stated above. Please be aware that GTG will help to rid your system of P2P programs if you choose to do so by starting a new topic and asking for assistance. For future information please read the Terms Of Use in the link at the top of forum. The reason we don't support P2P is because of the law and risk of infection possibly caused by the files downloaded. A great many of these files have infections in them and will cause in some cases your system to become unusable.

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