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Change your Screen Resolutions to a Resolution that was standard back in the 90/00 dudes. 800x600 and you wont have any issues with the most of the games.
So my basic question is...are Windows 7 32-bit users doomed to never be able to play old games like that? This really depends on the game. Windows 95 was Microsoft's first 32-bit operating system, but designed to give a lot of compatibility to let enable earlier 16-bit software from MS-DOS and earlier versions of Windows to still run. Some games of ...
OK, you want to run 20 year old games, best thing to do is get a 20 year old operating system. Run it in a virtual machine, and you're good to go. And no, you won't be able to run 16 bit games on a 64 bit Windows if they don't run on a 32 bit Windows. I seriously doubt that that game that doesn't work is a Windows 95 title, it probably is a DOS or Windows 3 ...
Actually you can run 16-bit Windows Apps under Win7 32-bit system. Only Win7 64-bit does not support Win16 Apps. So you may also consider to install Win7 32-bit OS into a separate partition just to play most old games (From Win3.x era up to WinXP...)
To bypass the invalid 16 bit application error 1) Put the disk in and "explore/open" the disk content. Find the folder called "HEROES2". 2) Copy that entire folder to the C:/ drive ...
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