and to find out go to start -> right click on my computer -> and there somewhere should be System type, this is for win 7
and if you have xp start -> right click on my computer> If "x64 Edition" is listed under System, you’re running the 64-bit version of Windows XP, if not then x86
the other did not worked cause they are for later operating systems
still i dont get it why it did not worked in the first place
if you have win xp and is with sp1 maybe you should considerate upgrading it to sp2 or sp3
to know with service pack (sp) you have you go to start -> right click on My computer and there you have "Service Pack and a number"
Okay wait wait, not so fast! (sorry for double post >.<)
So I tried to uninstall - install and run the certain program again, the same problem appeared! I tried to re-install the x86, but the problem still persists! This also happens when I try to install the same thing on a course mate's computer.
So basically, I just got it by luck last time? O.o
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