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setapart4him

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I would really appreciate any one who may be able to help. Software I used to install and run on my laptop no longer allows me to install. I can install it on my home pc but when I insert install disc on several of my games and photo software on my laptop I get the message titled:

16 bit subsystem

c:\windows\system32\autoexec.nt. system file not suitable for running msdos or microsoft windows application. I'm given the option to either close or ignore. either one I chose, the install program shuts down. Ilooked in windows/system32 folder but cannot locate the file title autoexec.nt

what have I done :tazz:
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Click the link to download XP_Fix, 2nd down

Autoexec Fix
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thanks for the help , I downloaded the file and tried to install my software. to my amazement, everything works great now. Thank you for the help
T.Sha :tazz:
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Thank you for letting me know
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