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    Executing external programs x86 assembly/Windows?

    How would I execute an external program in assembly? I suppose I'd have to call Winexec() or something. How would I do that? Does it involve 32-bit assembly? Can you execute external programs with 16-bit assembly?
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    If you have Windows XP you should be able to do a compatibility mode, and it should work under Windows 95 mode.

    If you have windows 2000, first you have to enable compatibility mode:

    Start -> run

    regsvr32 %systemroot%\apppatch\slayerui.dll

    You may have to restart, but then you will be able to choose application compatibility modes...

    Furthermore for all of them, you may have to create a shortcut to the program and then enable compatibility mode there (because you can't do it straight to the .exe file)
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    a compability mode? It's in win98.
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    Here's how you do it in 16 bit DOS.

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    I was waiting for you to answer, thanks.
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