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Old 01-04-2003, 01:40 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Try installing the Application Compatibility Kit 2.0 from the XP pro cd, if u are having trouble with older programs.

its in "D:\SUPPORT\TOOLS\ACT20.EXE"

I don't know if this is also in the XP Home edition cd. I know its in the XP Pro.

It has a built in Database of almost all the programs and their settings.
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Hmm.. never tried it.. but then again, i've never really had any compatibility problems in XP
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I didnt have any Compatibility Probs either. Just putting it for the ppl who does.
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May be the key here, since I can't get 3DMark 99 to install at all

Wonder if it'll work for older MS-DOS games
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Give it a shot and let us know!
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