Educational software is not always playing

  Marios 15:44 11 Sep 05

Hi there,
my son has been using educational software on our XP system for years. All was ok but recently out of the blue, instead of opening the program we receive a message: C:\Windows\system32\autoexec.nt. The system is not suitable for running MS-DOS and Microspft Windows application. CLick on 'close' to terminate the application.

the names of the window in the blue part of it is '16 Bit windows subsystem.'

all was fine, can anyone help?

  GroupFC 16:33 11 Sep 05

You need to have a look at this post click here
and the fix posted by Fruit Bat /\0/\

  Marios 17:01 11 Sep 05

Thanks for that, you are amazing to have located this so quickly and helped me. It worked. Cheers, Marios

  GroupFC 23:03 11 Sep 05

I can't claim credit for finding it - hanging around in this forum day after day you do pick up some useful stuff!

Glad you got it sorted!

  VoG II 23:06 11 Sep 05

It was actually Nellie2 who originally found that.

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