I have not been able to find any meaningful support-type information about this app on the internet. Then you will can run the app on virtually any machine this is what we have done. You can do this by right clicking on the application and using 7zip to extract to a folder. This version of the Setup Wizard is only for use with Visual FoxPro 6. Some of those 'finds' might have your answers.
Then run the setup from there, if it is setup as 32-bit native it will run and complete the install. Somewhere I saw a suggestion of deleting this file so the program would recreate it properly. · How was it installed on the other two machines? Every time you add a layer, the imperfections increase. Only tried Foxpro not Foxprox. Unable to get it to run on 3rd computer running same Win 7 Pro 32 bit.
Without knowing the application, you could get around it by extracting it by hand from the installer program. You can make adjustemts there that will get you close to full screen. Am I totally screwed or is there some type of patch that will allow me to use Foxpro 2. What's the error on the application then? Spiggyman wrote: I guess I should have included more information about where the problem occurs. We do not have licenses for Terminal Services, so even if I could get it working on a Windows server, that would not be an option.
Forgot the setup needs for that. But literally it depends on your choice as we are not making any kind of comparison between the two Operating systems. Disclaimer Decompiler for FoxPro is a product developed by. I believe I used Consola 28 point. Any comments about speed or networks would be appreciated. Unfortunately the install is not the problem. Decompiler for FoxPro Description Fxp26Prg is a decompiler for restoring lost or damaged source code from FoxPro 2.
I have tried changing the fonts in the properties of the shortcut, but get the same result. How to uninstall Decompiler for FoxPro? I am pretty sure what we had done before was use the tsclient drives and they were always losing connection. It doesn't help much saying you couldn't get virtual pc set up. That was particularly true in Fox which only saw A,C, and D the local drives. I know this time the writing is on the wall: the only long-term solution is to migrate their app. There are a couple of ways to share the app. It would not cost a lot to buy 1 or 2 licenses however.
I will ask another admin and see if they have tried it. Original Title: Programs Compatibility Application Applications App Apps Game Games Legacy Crash Crashes Hang Hangs 16 bit FoxPro 2. I would very much like to hear what you find. This is complete offline installer and standalone setup for Visual FoxPro 2. The following file types can be decompiled:. Anyway, if you have to stay with all these limitations, that reduces your options a lot. Well there is alot more to be talked about Windows 7 Ultimate but for our viewers, we are mentioning below some of the important features which a user should know about this upgrade.
Fxp26Prg reconstructs source code which is functionally the same as the original, including the names of variables and procedures. And while it has been designed to run games mainly, it works out well on more serious programs too. However, ran into problems with the network. If possible, get upgraded version of the program. It saying it's 16-bit and not launching? MattRat: That sounds very interesting. I wouldn't mind upgrading to a newer program, but I'm not sure what out there might provide the functionality that I've used with this version of Foxpro, and was hoping to avoid a lot of searching around or possible expense to find a newer, similar program.
I think there was also something about vfp7r. Is there any way to get newer software? But the installers for the apps and some code components are still stuck in the 16-bit days. Biggest issue is the Win7 x64 version. In the early 90s Fox Technologies was jelled in Microsoft and after that FoxPro got some impressive features and got the name Visual FoxPro. By the way also tried one on the 3rd party programs and it worked well local.
I tried VirtualBox briefly, but it ate up too much memory. Any suggestions on what would be the least painful way to be able to keep using this program? I went into the properties dialog for the executable and tried checking the box for compatibility with earlier versions of Windows, but that didn't help. I appreciate your effort and I thank everyone for your kind advices. I have been unsuccessful in getting it to run on her new Windows 7 x64 machine. The problem arises when launching the program. If anyone has any ideas about this I would sure appreciate the help.
I did need to install a patch file at one point a few years ago which I think was designed to allow it as a 16-bit program to run on 32-bit systems. Hi all, I have an ancient copy of Foxpro for Windows 2. Just click the free Decompiler for FoxPro download button at the top left of the page. Technical improvements and enhancements are also quite noticeable as , one can switch in to multiple languages, can join and share home group sharing. With that memory the speed was fine as a local app. Yeup, you are using shit code.