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Jay Jay the Jet Plane Sky Heroes to the Rescue CD Rom

Have tried using in Win98se and XP. Installs fine but when running in 98SE get error after name login page at which it quits: Director player error unable to open file "J:\Source Files\JSHR - Title.dxr" because it is already opened by another user". In Xp same problem but error is that the file"JSHR- Title.dxr" is not a director file. System requirements are met in terms of space and memory etc.

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Hello Iluvfrnch, 1. Is the oruduct compatible with Windows Xp. Check the Box ,use with... 2. Load on another xp machine same thing? 3. Try using the compatibility software program in Xp and see if this solves your problem/ 4. Does disk have a scrach which could stop it from working?

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NTLDR is NT Loader which indicates that the hard disk originally contains an NT OS such as Windows XP. The laptop not reading the installer is possibly a CD ROM or CD disc problem. Most (but not all) NT OS would be using an NTFS type of HD format. Windows 98SE would only read and install on a FAT(32).

What perhaps you can do is to remove the HD from the laptop and using an external 2.5 interface to USB connect it to a 2nd PC and re-partition that HD as well as format it to FAT32. You can also make that HD bootable (do a Google) and copy the entire CD installer of Windows 98SE to a folder inside that HD.

Once back to the laptop, it should boot to a C: prompt, go to the folder where the Win98SE installation/setup files are located and run setup.exe.

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