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  1. **__**

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    I have a game called "Mazlo's Volume 2 Animated Spelling Adventure" I'm trying to run, but I keep on getting an error message saying: " Script Error: Handler not defined " and at the bottom it says: " #EventQ ". Then there are two buttons at the bottom of the dialogue, one is " Quit " and the other one is " Continue " . It says on the disk it's for Mac, Win 3.1, and Win95. I had Windows 98 and it worked but why doesn't it work for my XP Pro???? :confused: :confused:

    How do I fix this Problem??????

    Windows XP Pro.
     
  2. Skivvywaver

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    Simple, no DOS in XP. Try compatability mode. If that doesn't work you are back to DOS emulation which I haven't played with. I do know there is one emulator called DosBox but I haven't tried it.
     
  3. john@help

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    very simple 98 is not compatable with xp home xp pro :rolleyes:
     
  4. john@help

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    also try safe mode (it works)
     
  5. vanillag1rl

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    Right click on the icon (of the program your trying to run) and goto properties
    Click on the compatiblity ; check the box to run in compatibliy with: win95 see if that works.
     
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