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I'm trying to create a system.mdw. psi42 View Public Profile Send a private message to psi42 Find latest posts by psi42 prophet101uk Posts: 6, Reputation: 1 New Member #3 Feb 20, 2005, 01:54 PM Prophet I You can provide a URL or simply describe the source. Helpful Reply We'd like to understand what you find wrong with ScottGem's answer: What's inaccurate about this answer? http://gsdclb.org/trying-to/trying-to-remember-access.php

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Please focus on the content not the person! Once reported, our moderators will be notified and the post will be reviewed. It reads: 16 bit Windows Subsystem C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\AUTOEXEC.NT. does anyone have any input as to what else i should try to do?

Not working. Thank you. PLANTROON 20,523 views 15:12 Microsoft Office 97 Office Assistants - Duration: 5:31. Sign in to add this video to a playlist.

Loading... My only option at this point ended the install process. Helpful Reply We'd like to understand what you find wrong with SteveCamper's answer: What's inaccurate about this answer? Your cache administrator is webmaster.

Say it in 25 words or less here and/or reply in the thread with more detail. Close Yeah, keep it Undo Close This video is unavailable. Please focus on the content not the person! I renamed the Microsoft office folder in the program files directory to something else completely.

install A97 on a new XP x64? http://gsdclb.org/trying-to/trying-to-install.php I was using my account which has domain admins and by default should be part of the local adim group... Tried running excel and word and it complains about missing registry keys. Please remember to be considerate of other members.

Is it not possible to install A2003 and upgrade the A97 to A2003? Do you receive any error messages? I changed the ms office name back to its original name as a created a unique name for the 97 install. this content After setup is complete, reboot your computer then run the workgroup administrator before you run this application (-1011)." From my investigation of the issue, it appears Office 97 is (obviously) not

Please focus on the content not the person! This is followed by a message indicating that the Access install could not complete successfully. If that doesn't work, Right clikc on the SETUP.EXE file and select compatibility mode then run it under WIN 9x.

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My question was answered with a question. 0Votes Share Flag Collapse - by JEPott ยท 11 years ago In reply to MS ACCESS 97 on Windows X ... Can't find a word on the net about doing this as it appears everyone else is running Office 97 and Office XP together all ready. Check out some similar questions! can A97 be installed on a new XP based machine - 64 bit?>> It should not have any problems running as it will run under 32 bit compatibility mode.

This is the program that has been removing autoexec.nt. However I can't install windows xp pro, I get to "press enter to continue with installation" and I do, and it restarts! OSFirstTimer NZ 3,231 views 11:47 How to install Office 97 - Duration: 5:55. http://gsdclb.org/trying-to/trying-to-install-w2k.php Please focus on the content not the person!

Renaming the font hatten.ttf to hatten.xxx and reinstalling Access worked for me (don't forget to change the name of hatten back though!). But it's failed. All submitted content is subject to our Terms of Use.