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>Thank You for your reply. You're welcome. Glad to help. >Yes I was asking if I upgrade to 7 proffessional and install the XP >sp3 addition?
Unless you want to be in a dual-boot situation, you can not not install XP. Installing it is very different from the compatibility mode. >Will the software now load and run, since it ran in my old computer >that was running strictly XP sp3 (32 bit)? I have a brand new >computer and it is 64bit. Is the 64 bit still going to be a problem No. >or will the XP compatibility mode in professional act like 32 bit?
Yes, it's 32-bit. >I got this software originally when Windows 98 was out. I do not >wish to spend the extra money if the software will not run. I can't promise you that it will run, but I don't see any reason why it shouldn't run in XP compatibility mode, if it runs under XP. -- Ken Blake, Microsoft MVP (Windows Desktop Experience) since 2003 Ken Blake.