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How do I get 16-bit programs to work on a 64-bit Windows?
Is it possible to run an old 16-bit DOS application under Windows 7 64-bit?

My laptop operating system is Windows 7 (64-Bit), but this system does not support Foxpro DOS 2.6 (16-Bit).

Is it possible to run this program on this system? If so, then how?

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marked as duplicate by JdeBP, 8088, Moab, Sathya Dec 9 '11 at 4:57

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Yes, but only through virtualization.

If the program runs on 32-bit systems fine, then try Windows XP Mode, if your Windows 7 supports it.

If not, but DOS Box works, then great. If not, try a product like VirtualBox, install DOS on it, and give it a go. That would certainly work.

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