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Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by lorinlindberg, Jan 26, 2011.

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  1. lorinlindberg

    lorinlindberg Thread Starter

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    Wheb I try to install "Virtual Humans" I get an error back that says, "Cannot Install On Windows NT 6.1 Platform. Is there any way to make this work. My computer is running Windows 7 Home Premium. Does anyone have an idea?
     
  2. Brucew0619

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    What is "Virtual Humans"?
     
  3. Gouthaman

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    According to this page virtual humans is a very old program and I think they have stopped development for the same.

    Right click the setup file > properties > compatibility tab > change the OS to something like Windows XP or older. I doubt whether this will work, but just give it a shot.

    If that doesn't work, install Windows XP mode for your PC and try installing Virtual Humans inside Windows XP mode. Hopefully, It should work.

    Good luck.
     
  4. lorinlindberg

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    Virtual Humans is a 3D animation developer. My daughter wants to learn how to do these type of things. I will try. Thanks for the suggestions.
     
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