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Windows Vista Family Premium SP1 64 bits
HP Pavillon dv7 Notebook PC
Intel Core 2 duo CPU P8600 @2.40GHz @2.40GHz
I had a dictionnary (English-French) which I was really using often which ran well on my previous XP machine. It is Oxford Superlex 3.1. This program doesn't exist anymore and I really don't find a dictioannary such as good as this one.
(I'm quite new to all this, I will therefore try te be as clear as possible). IIt shouldn't need any installation because I'm able to run it on XP machines from a SUB key. When I try to run it on my Vista 64 bits, I have the following error message: 'This file version os incompatible with the version of Windows you are using..'. I then understood (if I am right, that this program needed a 16 bits environment.
I've searched on the net and found that DOSBox could be an alternative to run 16 bits applications on 64 bits environments. But following the instructions on the corresponding wiki page, here is what I get in DOSBios: 'This program requires Microsoft Windows'.
Does this mean that I can't use DOSBios to run this dictionnary? Should I configure DOSBios to be able to run this program? Does anyone have another solution to my problem?
Thanks a lot in advance for any help you could provide!