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Problem with Application Compatibility-Mode for 2000 (Article 2797

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      3rd Oct 2005
I have Windows 2000 pro installed and I'm trying to run some old DOS games.

As per: "How To Enable Application Compatibility-Mode Technology in Windows
2000 SP2 and SP3" found at:

I have run slayerui.dll sucessfully AND verified that the explorer.exe key
is in the AppCompatibility register.

However, a view of the properties for an exe application does not display
the expected "Compatibility" tab.

Can anyone tell me what I am doing wrong??

Thank you.

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      19th Oct 2005
With Windows 2000 you must create a shortcut to the exe file and then go to
the properties of that and you will see a compatability tab.
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