Can you buy CD-RoM games for a computer running on Windows millennium?
Linux users have created emulators that allow several Windows products to run under Linux. The converse has not yet happened. Windows does not openly acknowledge Linux as anything worthy of their attention so Gates et. al. have not created an emulator for running Linux native applications. Just run …it in Linux. Answer This isn't possible right out of the box... however, there is a Windows project similar to a native emulator, called Cygwin. Like I said, it can't run Linux programs right out of the box (and it can't run all Linux programs). Instead, you have to build the programs from source within Cygwin. Normally, this is easy - you download the source code to the program you want to run, un-tar it in a folder, fire up Cygwin, switch to that folder, and type "./configure; make; make install" (without quotes). It has its limitations, but that's the best you can really get on Windows.... Answer: Microsoft has however, taken a small subset of Linux utilities and compiled and released them as part of some, if not all, Windows distributions. The 'netstat' command would be one example of a GNU utility that has been re-compiled by Microsoft and released with Windows. Of course, as with nearly all GNU (and Unix) utilities, a '-' instead of a '/' is used to denote command line switches. Microsoft made few, if any changes to these program so they work as they do on a Linux or Unix system. For example: C:\> netstat -a will display your current network connections, C:\> netstat -r will display your current routing table etc, etc... (MORE)
Why is it when every time i try to run a DVD or a CD or even a video game on my computer no window starts up - no instructions for installement no DVD or any player program starts up?
Answer . \nIt could be that your cd/dvd drive is either not hooked up correctly, or youd do not have the correct driver to run your cd/dvd. First, check to make sure that all wires are in good shape and there are no loose connections. Then, check for the driver component (assuming you are on a… PC, not a MAC) by opening the control panel, click on the system icon, and under the hardware tab, choose Device manager. This will show weather or not you have a working driver for your cd/dvd drive. Updates can often be found online for free. If you are using windows, the Microsoft web site may have driver updates, if that's what you need. (MORE)
I am not running millennium anymore but the Millennium interactive training program is still on my computer and it opens but I get a error message and I was wonderinf if anyone has any solutions?
Answer . \nGo to the 'Start' menu, then to the 'taskbar and start menu' option, then to 'start menu programs'. Look around in this section for the 'Millenium' program, and delete it.
I believe it would not. Make sure by going to windows.com to see the minimum requirements of windws Vista.
Can the Star Wars millennium falcon playset game be played with just your computer keyboard if you have the CD ROM but no playset?
I think it's possible, if you can mark the letter needed on your keyboard !!!
How do you connect two computers without Internet to play games on a LAN etc if they are running Windows Vista and if you have a Linksys router?
You have to have: 1 home computer that you don't turn off much, a wireless router, and another computer to connect with. Plug in the router to the "server" computer and go to Network and Sharing center. Setup wireless network WITHOUT internet connection. Both computers have to be in the same Workgro…up. (MORE)
right click on the games shortcut and in the target area ant the end of the target and a space then type -window. hope that helps
Most computer games will run slow on your computer due to your hardware limitations. If your computer does not have a high level of hardware performance to match up with the games requirements then the game that you are trying to play will run slowly. I suggest first comparing your computers hardwar…e specifications to see if they are compatible with the game that you are trying to play. To do this, go to your Computer icon and right click on it and select "Properties" (if you are using Windows XP you are going to want to right click on your My Computer icon and select properties). This will bring up a window that will display the general specifications of your computer like what processor it has and how much RAM it has. Compare these numbers to the "Minimum Requirements" for the game that you want to play. From personal experience its best to make sure that your computer meets the "Recommended Requirements" as the game play will be a lot smoother. Now, if you have already bought the game and it's running slow on your computer you can actually free up some memory and resources on your computer to allow it to run faster. This procedure is beyond the scope of this short answer, but if you are interested in learning more, check out my YouTube video on my bio page by clicking on my name. (MORE)
It depends on what you mean by "run the audio file copied from a CD." If you mean you copied a track straight off a CD onto your computer's hard drive then you have two choices: create a virtual CD-ROM drive to play the track; or, two, convert the audio file to a format the media player you have on …your PC can play (mp3, wma, etc.). In either case you'll need special software to create the virtual drive or to convert the audio file for playing. If neither option is for you then you should still be able to play your audio CD from your CD-ROM drive using the default audio software that came with Windows. (MORE)
you need to check and see if the computer you have can meet the hardware requirements of XP before you do that. Dont format your drive until you are positive that your computer has the necessary disk space, ram and speed needed to handle the massive load of XP
What you need is a piece of software called an emulator.You can get emulators for most older consoles and handheld consoles although some more recent ones like the PS2 simply don't run very well at all.If you have a half decent desktop with a relatively new graphics card you should be able to run n…64 games.Here is a link to one of the best emulators out there;\n. \nhttp://www.emulator-zone.com/doc.php/n64/project64.html\n. \nAlso you will probably want games for it just google or yahoo "n64 roms downloads" and there should be a healthy number of sites to get them for.But be warned it is illegal to downolad these games if you do not already physically own them...but I'll leave that up to your discretion. :-) (MORE)
Is there a patch to download for puzz 3D Bavarian Castle CD-Rom to run on windows XP Only Runs now on Windows 98?
i can't seem to find one, but. have you tried adjusting the compatibility for the executable to run in windows 98? right click on the executable and go to properties then click the check box for "run in compatibility mode for " then click the drop down and select windows 98. you may …want to also check the "run in 256 colors" and run in "" resolution, as well as "turn off advanced texting services for this program" Here's one: http://www.hasbro.com/common/downloads/wrebbit/support/canada/faq_cdrom.htm (MORE)
plant vs zombie It COMPLETELY depends on what your personality. Sorry, but there is really no way to tell you what the best PC game is unless we know your personality. i would say team fortress 2 or Minecraft me being a minecraft and tf2 fan
now most of the game are java based so u must install java console software and your mother board must have high graphics card so that it supports all the true colors. --- Answer There are only two reasons why your computer your computer will not run specific games. These are Harware or Softw…are. Hardware specification for commerical games are printed on the box or specified on the website. Also the specified software has to be in a fit state. ie you might have windows XP available to run a game, but if its riddled with spyware or viruses, it may not. (MORE)
Having a C compiler Where can I buy a computer that runs on Windows 95 but with modern RAM processor speed and whatnot?
That's not really possible. A "modern" amount of RAM these days is at least 1 GB. Windows 95 simply will not be able to use (and probably won't boot with) more than 480 MB of RAM. It also has major issues with processor speed, poor support for USB, non-existent support from modern graphics card manu…facturers, and is typically limited to a 32 GB hard drive (there are workarounds, but probably beyond your capabilities). You are probably better served running Windows 95 in an emulator, such as QEMU. (MORE)
The minimum requirement to run Windows Millennium are as follows: Pentium 150MHz Processor 32MB of RAM 320MB of hard drive space
You cant unless you upgrade the components of the computer, and maybe even the OS
Windows was not designed to run on any particular computer, but rather any computer compatible with the original IBM PC. After IBM stopped making personal computers, Windows was designed to run on any computer with an x86 compatible processor and BIOS.
No. Games can be purchased online and downloaded directly to your hard drive without ever using a CD or DVD.
game shops, argos, wherever Here is a list of online game stores where you can buy computer games: http://gameshopguru.com/?s=PC
No. However, some applications have been ported, or developed for, the other. For example, Apple Safari, the web browser, is available for windows users. That said, it is a different type of file, and you can't use the version that isn't for your system.
Probably not. Even when Classic view is enabled, the Theme service is still running, and shadows and animations may still be enabled. Only disabling the theme service will actually provide a performance boost.
There are a lot of places you can buy compter games. Here are but a few examples (in no particular order), but by no means a complete list:. Best Buy . Target . Amazon.com . Newegg.com . GameStop / gamestop.com
Not all of them, usually if games don't run under vista production companies release updates which make the games compatible with vista. Some games, however, are compatible with vista in principle.
You need your xbox chiopped.. but if you do that you cant get xbox live and it is against the law to download games
Why wont my Nancy drew computer games work even though they run for Windows 2000 which my computers have?
If you go to the help section on www.herinteractive.com, you might be able to find a patch for it, depending on what the error message/problem is.
The only way you could get Windows Millennium now would be either downloading an ISO file off of an illegal site, or buying a copy on eBay. I don't know why someone would want to, it's one of the worst versions of Windows ever.
I'd check game stores or places like Wal-Mart and Target. Ordering online is an option too.
I'm unsure if you can or not, but you might be able to find a download of the game on the internet
As long as they use the same data connector, yes. However, you will likely not be able to use the hard drive, as Windows XP will not usually work when transferred to another computer, and Windows Me cannot read the NTFS file system. Reinstalling Windows XP or formatting the hard drive in Windows M…e will resolve these respective issues. (MORE)
The inherent problem in answering this question is that Windows XP does not have a Telnet server included, so there would typically be no purpose in even attempting it. You would need to install a third-party Telnet server (of which there are several) on Windows XP first. After the Telnet server is …running, just open a command prompt in Windows Vista and enter: telnet substituting, of course, the correct IP address and leaving out the brackets. (MORE)
Possibly, but not usually. Windows XP was distributed for far longer than Windows 98, and a lot of hardware that is compatible with Windows XP isn't compatible with Windows 98. The newer the computer, the less likely it will work with Windows 98.
I would say your best bet is to go to www.pcpartpicker.com and makeyour own pc to your specifications. Mine has a AMD-FX 6300 3.5GHz,Gigebyte 650 ti boost. I made it myself and it runs games GREAT!!
no age, as long as you can play it You have to be 18 or over to buy M-RATED games in the U.S.
Yes, you can run Windows on a Mac with an Intel processor. Youcannot run Windows on a Power PC processor Mac.
On multiple computers Yes. This is quite possible, since Windows ME does not require product activation. However, Windows ME is not usually licensed to be installed as such; if you want to run multiple installations of Windows ME, you are legally required to purchase multiple licenses or a vo…lume license. On a Macintosh Windows ME cannot be installed natively on a Mac, even on an Intel Mac using Boot Camp. It is possible to run it in an emulator or a virtual machine, such as VirtualPC, Q, Parallels Desktop, VMWare Fusion, or VirtualBox. (MORE)
Go to the back cover of the game it will show the things you need, or you research it online. Go to SystemRequirementsLab. It is a website where you search your game and it gives you results on if you can run it or not. It also gives you recommended info for what to get if you want to run the gam…e. (MORE)
I have purchased a Grand Theft Auto vicecity CD rom but you have a windows 7 computer and the game doesnt work on the computer?
You must install and copy gta to pc inlcuding windows 95 or xp ..after installation you will find gta in program files folder in 'c' drive and then you must copy to a usb flash drive and then run it on your pc it will work!
Most, if not all of them. Windows Vista was released prematurely. windows 7 is what windows 7 Should have been.
Well, used on Amazon it is $0.98 plus $3.99 S&H... but it is so old (15yrs) that you can just download it free from some websites. O and btw i LOVE Myst. I have the first three games!
To tell what version of Windows your computer is running, click on the Start Menu (the icon in your taskbar which has the Windows symbol, the four colored squares). When the Start Menu drops down, click on My Computer , usually in the grey part on the right (it has an icon with a blue-screened… monitor). The My Computer window will open. Now click on Help , then on About Windows . A small panel will open giving the version of Windows your PC is using. (MORE)
You can't. What you can do is to install windows 95 on virtual machine, and try playing. Most likely it will not work either.
Answer 1: just insert the CD and hope it wont fail Answer 2: If it installs then try setting the Compatibility Mode to Windows 98 (or if 7 doesn't have that far back then ME or as far back as you can) then follow he instructions from answer 1.
Games designed for Windows XP may or may not work on Windows 7,depending on how well the game was programmed. There is no hard andfast rule to determining whether or not a game will work.
There have been a few that did over the years. It's rare to find ones that do; you just have to search for them. Hopefully that will change in the future. Linux needs better driver support, and the of course the game developers have to dedicate time and money to making Linux ports.
yes. but if it doesn't use the troubleshoot compatibility tool by right clicking on the Game and clicking troubleshooting compatibility. select windows xp for the best experience
Yeah now you can run android games and apps on windows or PC so there is a blog for tutorial about this step by step http://fullitsolution.blogspot.com/2014/02/how-to-run-android-apps-on-pc-step-by.html
Games written for Mac OS X will work on a Mac. Games written for the Windows operating system will require the Windows operating system to be installed on a Mac to work. Some Windows games can be used on a Mac without Windows by using CrossOver Games software.
Type in 'Can I Run It' on Google, and click on the link for 'SystemRequirementsLab.com'
instead of windows you can have linux or mac. they are different, but you will know whats best for you when you try them, linux is free to download. but you need an operating system (windows, mac, linux or any other OS) for the computer to work