|01 Jun 2010||#1|
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Can XP Virt Mode be in 32bit if Win7 is 64 ???
I recently installed Windows 7 Ult 64 bit on my machine and its working fine.
For most all of my programs I had on my XP system, which was 32 bit, I have been able to reinstall an use them.
But apparently my old version of AutoCadLt97 is a 16bit program an when I try to install it, before the install will even run, it comes up an tells me that its a 16bit program and is not compatible with a 64bit OS.
All in all if this was a program that I used a lot or wasn't to expense to buy a new version of, I would get a new one but even the LT versions go for around $800 to $1,000 so that's kind of not a option.
So I was just reading the tutorial on the virtual XP mode thing and was just wondering if I could run that in 32bit on a 64bit Windows 7 system and then this might allow me to get my AutoCAD program running again.
So is this possible?
Thanks for any help.
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