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Look at that output from file: ELF 64-bit LSB executable, x86-64... The Raspberry Pi is not an x86_64 (Intel) platform. You need to install binaries appropriate for the Pi.


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Option 1 : Firstly, make sure that you have a product key for your current edition. You can usually find it at the back of your laptop as a COA sticker. You can also use 3rd party programs like Produkey to extract your current product key from the registry if you have reinstalled before. If you have reinstalled, windows before, then you might have to ...


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The situation is different for Dos applications and 16 bit windows applications. For Dos applications the problem is that virtual 8086 mode is not available under long mode. This is a CPU architecture limitation. For 16 bit Windows appliations (which run in 16 bit protected mode) the reason is that MS wasn't prepared to do the work to implement a suitable ...



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