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you can, if you have it already set up on another computer, copy it from the lib on your HDD and save to a USB drive and then replace the one on the 64 bit computer with it. Some software simply will not work with 64 bit OS's though it is rare.
TRY DISABLING YOUR VIRUS PROTECTION FIRST...THEN INSERT YOUR DISK, GO TO SOFTWARE PROGRAMS, CLICK ON INSTALL NEW SOFTWARE...OR YOU CAN TRY LEAVING YOUR DISK IN AND RESTART YOUR COMPUTER, TO SEE IF IT WILL DETECT YOUR SOFTWARE...MORE THAN LIKELY YOU'LL HAVE TO DISABLE YOUR VIRUS PROTECTION FIRST, UNTILL YOUR ABLE TO INSTALL THE SOFTWARE.
DO NOT HAVE YOUR GAME HOOKED UP, UNTILL SOFTWARE IS INSTALLED.
REBOOT YOUR COMPUTER, WITH GAME HOOKED UP, SO THE COMPUTER CAN DETECT YOUR HARDWARE.
There are 3 little screws on the bottom. 1 holds the battery in place. Remove the other 2 screws and voila, your Boggle should twist. We were totally mystified why ours didn't twist and this seemed to be the solution. Let me know if this helps.
You could try to rightclick the setup.exe, select properties, go to compatibility and run it in Win95 compatibility. You can also try to make a shortcut to the game, then doing the above. There could also be a map called DIrectX on the disk. Try opening the executable in there, install DirectX, then try the game again.
Otherwise you're out of luck. Microsoft doesn't support old games, gets you to buy new ones. I don't like it either, but there's nothing you can do about it but switch back to Win95