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E3D2 Win XP

E3D2 Win XP

E3D2 Win XP

Has anybody had any luck running E3D2 on Win XP? If so what were your compatability settings? I get it set up ok but it will not run I have tried many compatability settings to no avail. Also wondering if my problem has to do with the fact that I am running dual processors. Any thoughts?

RE: E3D2 Win XP

Yup.  I have absolutely no problems running it....other than the occassionaly buggy crash, but that happened in win9x as well.

Ive got XP home edition.

Hope that helps

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