विंडोज के साथ एक नया लैपटॉप की स्थापना whilst 7 x 64 हाल ही में, I was asked if I could get some old 16bit programs running. One of these was an educational piece of software called “Multimedia Motion II” by Cambridge Science Media. This is a windows program that has worked on all previous versions of windows up to windows XP. However, जीत Dows 7 x 64 नहीं रह 16bit विंडोज प्रोग्राम का समर्थन करता है, and instead throws the error about being an “Unsupported 16-bit application”
The free DOSBox has proved excellent in the past for running old 16-bit games like the settlers and championship manager 2, however Multimedia Motion II requires windows, not just DOS.
Somewhere I have an old copy of Windows 3.11 on floppy disks, but setting it up under DOS box seemed rather tedious, so I did some googling to see if someone had done the hard work for me, and found a post on digiex by LordDaMan. (Update — the link is now broken — you’ll have to do it the long winded way with original install disks — there is a guide on Vogons which will probably be helpful)
All I had to do was customise the config file to add an autoexec entry which mapped a drive and then started windows 3.11. I then mapped another drive as a सीडी drive to the location of the multimedia motion ii files, ran the installer (which created a program group), and then ran the app successfully
तुम क्या सोचते हो? हमें एक टिप्पणी के नीचे छोड़! आप सदस्यता के लिए चाहते हैं, तो ऊपर दाईं ओर मेनू पर लिंक का उपयोग करें सदस्यता लें. आप नीचे दिए गए सामाजिक लिंक का उपयोग करके अपने दोस्तों के साथ इस साझा कर सकते हैं. चियर्स.