Installing Clubtracks on a Windows XP Machine

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Installing Clubtracks on a Windows XP Machine

Postby MrBassMan » Mon Jan 26, 2004 1:00 am

I have an old edition of Cakewalk Club Tracks that ran fine on Windows 98. However, when I have tried installing it on my new machine, which runs Windows XP, I repeatedly get an error message telling me that CT was not designed for Windows NT, and that I should upgrade to Win 98 or ME, which of course would be "downgrade" for me.

Any way around this? I know that Win XP is based upon NT technology, but I have never found an old software program that I cannot install onto my new system.
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Postby andychap » Mon Jan 26, 2004 1:06 am

If you have set your file system set to NTFS it won't work. You might have to use the FAT32 file system which is the same as Win98.
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