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R3AL1Z3

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ok, first off, this is my first visit to you guys' site, and i already trust you, so thats a plus, but anywas, i tried to download a program on my computer, (action replay max max drive) and it says your system is not suitable for running in 32 bit mode or something like that, ( i can send a screenshot if needed, and secondly, how do i remove write protection so i can put it on my pen drive?
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Murray S.

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Howdy and welcome to G2G:

Send the screenshot as we really need the entire error verbatim..

As for your other problem, what is it that you are trying to remove the "write protection" from??

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theres my error message


and its a program from codejunkies.com, or more precisely here where it has a bunch of codes for my playstation 2 that i can put on my pen-drive, but it wont let me put it on because of write protection, which i think is stupid because if its free and they even give you instructions on how to put it on to your pen drive if you dont have the program to do it (which is the one i cant download) and the instructiions are here codejunkies
and i cant do it cuz of write protection

Edited by R3AL1Z3, 15 August 2005 - 01:37 PM.

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Download and run XP_FIX.EXE from the following page, this might fix the "16-bit Subsystem error":
http://www.visualtour.com/downloads/.

Edited by darth_ash, 15 August 2005 - 01:39 PM.

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Download and run XP_FIX.EXE from the following page, this might fix cmd
http://www.visualtour.com/downloads/.

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thank you, ill let you know if it works, but how do i remove write-protection so i can move that file to my pen-drive?
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Download and run XP_FIX.EXE from the following page, this might fix cmd
http://www.visualtour.com/downloads/.

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thank you, ill let you know if it works, but how do i remove write-protection so i can move that file to my pen-drive?
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Right click on the program and select properties.. Remove the Read Only attribute..

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thanks both of you, it worked great
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Glad we were able to help!! :tazz:

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