Question about SelectSoft Legoland for Windows
Unfortunately, Legoland has ended support on this software, and that means that it might not be able to run on Windows 7. You can still run it, of course, on an older computer with XP. This web page shows the systems Legoland is compatible with:
This excerpt from support.selectsoft.com explains that it is no longer supported:
SelectSoft has ended support for this discontinued product. This means SelectSoft will no longer provide email support for this product. SelectSoft also cannot guarantee that the patches or solutions on this page will solve all problems. We apologize for the inconvenience. You can try to run the program in compatability mode. This web page explains how:
Since some versions of Windows 7 are 32 bit, and some are 64 bit, some older programs will run on one type, but not the other. All you can do is try to get a newer version of Legoland that is written for Windows 7, but I haven't found this version.
Good luck, and wish I had better news.
Posted on Sep 04, 2010
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