I'm trying to install a Windows program that is supposed to be usable on all Windows formats but I get an error message of "WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\AUTOEXEC.NT The systems file is not suitable for running MS-Dos and Microsoft Windows applications"
It appears it's not compatable with this OS. Is there any software or any other way of getting this installed. Tech support is not available to me on this.
I also tried this on my lapto running 98SE and it starts to go through the "preparing to install" stage but seems to stall at 99 or 100% and eventually disappears like nothing ever was done. I'd like to get this installed on at least on of my computers. Got any ideas?
I was able to eventually resolve the install issue with the info you gave me only to have another problem with the subscription key and being unable to write the driver for it. That's probably a copyright thing anyway. It aborts the whole install right at the end. I'm accepting your answer but leaving the question open just in case you have any ideas on the new problem. Thanks again.
Without any extra information, I don't think there is a way for me to solve that one. Thank you for the accept. The bonus was very much appreciated. I wish that I could help more.
For everyone else's information:Even if the requirements are Windows 98, the program can still be 16-bit. Windows 98 was the last of the 16-bit operating systems put out by Microsoft. Windows 98, however, does contain a 16-32bit hybrid kernel enabling it to execute both kinds of programs. This is where you can run into a lot of trouble with migrating from 98-XP or 200 with some business applications.