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SBT 3.2 FOR Windows and Windows 7

SBT 3.2 FOR Windows and Windows 7

SBT 3.2 FOR Windows and Windows 7

(OP)
Is anybody using SBT 3.2 and windows 7 ?
I have tried Win 7 32 bit and still get index corruption.
Thank you in advance.
Ed

RE: SBT 3.2 FOR Windows and Windows 7

If I am not wrong,  SBT 3.2 was built under FoxPro 2.6 for windows, wasn't it?

FoxPro 2.6 is 16 bits, Win 7 32 bits.  They are not compatibles at all.


Solution:
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To install a path that fixes this incompatibility.


Where to download it from?
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www.microsoft.com


Hope this helps you out dude!




 

RE: SBT 3.2 FOR Windows and Windows 7

(OP)
Of Course. However Win xp was a 32 bit sys, and it worked fine. ( It had a 16 bit kernel to allow 16 bit systems)
Thank you regardless.

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