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zxc

Re-enable 16-bit support?

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I install Windows XP-Pro SP3 with 16-bit support option disable by nlite.

Now my brother need Visual Studio 6.0 for his school. When I install it, it say "acmboot.exe is not a valid win 32 application" (setup file on iso image).

Any one can tell me how to re-enable 16-bit support for my system.

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zxc, I suspect you did not disable 16-bit support, you removed it. I also suspect you are out of luck and will need a reinstall. Stick around for awhile and see if anyone else has a different idea and please attach (not paste) your Last Session.ini. Make sure to always start with a fresh copy of your CD files/folders, do all your work in one nLite session and integrate only one SP. Please report when you have a solution, so others can benefit. Enjoy, John.

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Thanks for answer.

Instead of try re-install 16-bit support, I try copy a visual studio 6.0 (with some MFC and CRT debug file - I already C++ runtime 2005 so i only need debug) from other computer, and furtunately, it run.

So now I don't need re-install 16-bit support.

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zxc, thanks for sharing your solution. Glad you are running. Have fun, John.

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