# Ready for math with pooh, I require the drivers for Vista as my v

I am a teacher and we recived the Ready for math with pooh. The problem is that this specific one we received is for Windows 95 and we are currently on Vista. So the CD does not install the package at all no matter which way we try to load it.

I am looking for the drivers for vista in order for me to load this software on my Computer

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This problem usually arises due to 64-bit/32-bit/16-bit conflicts.A solution to this problem is to create a virtually booting XP installation.
Do some searching and obtain an .iso image of XP and use the image on a software like Microsoft virtual PC.I have heard that Microsoft themselves provide a free! .iso image of XP.That should get you started.
P.S.:Any software intended for 95 works on XP

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