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I have a working model of Visual Basic 6.0 that came with my textbook that I have from ITT Tech. Im trying to install it but i keep getting a window that reads:

16 bit Windows Subsystem
C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\AUTOEXEC.NT The system file is not suitable for running MS-DOS and Microsoft Windows applications.

I am running Windows XP Home Edition (Service Pack 2).
Why can't I install this program? Others that were also running XP got it to work. If anyone can help me out please I would greatly appreciate it.

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r u sure they not running XP Pro, as XP Home has a lot of features missing, this is why a lot of programming languages won't work under XP Home.

My advice is to install XP Pro

regards
mrmike

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r u sure they not running XP Pro, as XP Home has a lot of features missing, this is why a lot of programming languages won't work under XP Home.

My advice is to install XP Pro

regards
mrmike

That's pretty interesting,do you happen to know what programming lan won't work on XP HOME?????

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