Can anyone help me do this or do I need to find a program that will emulate this or what?
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Edited by agereus, 20 May 2013 - 11:12 AM.
It looks like I'll have to try Virtual Box ... I will need my XP disk for this correct? Virtual Box seems a bit confusing at the moment. Should I now switch to the application forum to get help on using it?
You could try to install with compatability mode for Windows XP, and click run in compatability mode for Windows XP. Do that by right-clicking your setup icon or program desktop icon and going to properties. Then switch to the compatability tab, and mark the checkbox for Windows XP. This can be done with Windows 7 Home Premium. Alteranitvely you could also dual boot XP and 7 by resizing your partition with computer management. Computer Management is under control panel>system security>administrative tools. Make sure you start it with administrative rights or you won't be able to resize your disk.
Try installing the games in XP Compatibility mode.
Open the CD with the game. Find the install program, right click on it and select Properties. Click on the Compatibility tab then set it to XP, save and exit.
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