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Most programs run properly on Windows XP. The exceptions are some older
games and other programs that were written specifically for an earlier
version of Windows. These programs may run poorly or not at all after
you first upgrade to Windows XP. You may have heard this referred to as
application compatibility issues or program compatibility issues.
You should run the Program Compatibility Wizard before you try other ways of updating your programs or drivers because it identifies compatibility fixes written specifically for Windows XP.
To run the Program Compatibility Wizard:
1.Click Start, and then click Help and Support.
2.Click Fixing a problem, and then click Application and software problems.
3.Under Fix a problem click Getting older programs to run on Windows XP.
4.Read the instructions and then click the Program Compatibility Wizard.
Update Your Program or Drivers
If your program does not run correctly after testing it with the Program Compatibility Wizard, check the Web site of the program's manufacturer to see if an update or patch is available. Also, go to Microsoft Update to see if a fix is available there.
If the program is a game that uses Microsoft DirectX®, make sure that you’re using the latest version of Microsoft DirectX. In addition, check the Web site of the manufacturer of your video card or sound card to see if newer drivers are available for either of them.
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