#1
I'm trying to run a REALLY old game, I think it may have been made for Windows 95.

Anyway, I installed it and everything, took me less than a minute and I cant seem to boot the game whatsoever, I just get an error (attached) everytime.

I've tried running the program in Windows 95 and 98 compatibility modes.

Is it refering to the audio or something maybe?
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#7
are u using surround sound(5.1 etc) or quad speakers etc if u have stuff like that enabled change it back to stereo speakers from the audio settings or sound card control panel
#9
Right click the installer, install under compatibility mode.
Don't make a desktop shortcut.
When it's installed, find it in the start menu, and right click > properties > run in compatibility mode.
Then you can run it.
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