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To use compatibility mode the .exe has to be on the computer. If the software won't install from a dvd or cd you will have to iso it using magiciso or ultraiso or poweriso then once it is on your hard-drive find it using Windows Explorer (start/all programs/accessories/Windows Explorer) and use winrar to extract it to user data into a folder. find the .exe for the installer and right click it and choose properties then compatibility tab then choose run as.... keep trying a different method until it installs.
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This article describes how to use Windows Application Compatibility mode. This mode provides an environment for running programs that closely reflects the behavior of earlier Windows operating systems.
Using The Windows Application Compatibility Mode
When you use Windows Application Compatibility mode, many of the most common issues that prohibit earlier versions of programs from working correctly are resolved. If you run a program and it does not function as expected, it is recommended that you run the program in one of the compatibility environments.
To run programs in Windows Application Compatibility mode in Windows XP
Right-click the icon of the program that you want to fix.
Click Compatibility tab.
Click Run this program in compatibility mode and select one of the following options:
Windows 98 / Windows Me
Windows NT 4
Under Display settings, check the mode that you think is necessary for the program to work correctly:
Run in 256 colors.
Run in 640 X 480 screen resolution.
Disable visual themes.
Double-click the program icon.
Note The Compatibility tab is only available for programs installed on your hard drive. Although you can run the Program Compatibility Wizard on programs or setup files on a CD-ROM or floppy disk, your changes will not remain in effect after you close the program. For more information about an option on the Compatibility tab, right-click the option and then click What's This.
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