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a very old game but my kids love it it is sims tower

i have tried to load game on different system running xp

it would not autorun so i double clicked on setup and got the following message

16 bit windows subsystem
c:\windows\system32\autoexec.nt. the system file is not suitable for running ms.dos and microsoft windows application. choose close file to terminate the application.

have only a basic understanding of computers,, can anybody help?

could game be not xp compatible? although it runs on my other system which although is older is still xp
old system is dell dimension 8200 rd ram

Edited by icer, 15 January 2006 - 08:32 AM.

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This will correct the sub system error

http://www.geekstogo...cnt-t48310.html

Right click the desktop icon for the game, click properties, click compatibilty, choose to run in compatibility mode for an OS you know the game runs on, click apply
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many thanks works like a dream
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Thank You for letting me know
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