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Sim Tower and Sim City 3 compatible with 64bit windows?

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August 9, 2011 12:17:03 PM

I have very up to date gaming laptop. Unfortunately I cannot play Sim Tower as I get an error that says 64bits are too much or something along those lines. I got a hankering for some nostalgic games. How can I play this game?

Sim City 3000 Runs decent....until it freezes and I have to manually restart. On top of that I can't even save. My main concentration is getting Sim Tower to run as that is my favorite. Please help me get it running. Whatever it takes.

My computer is an AMD Athlong Xp dual core 2200, 4 gb ram, nVidia 9600gt... and it all runs on Windows 7 64t.

Please please help me conqeur this problem, I would be most grateful
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March 12, 2012 3:15:17 PM

roze0037 said:
I have very up to date gaming laptop. Unfortunately I cannot play Sim Tower as I get an error that says 64bits are too much or something along those lines. I got a hankering for some nostalgic games. How can I play this game?

Sim City 3000 Runs decent....until it freezes and I have to manually restart. On top of that I can't even save. My main concentration is getting Sim Tower to run as that is my favorite. Please help me get it running. Whatever it takes.

My computer is an AMD Athlong Xp dual core 2200, 4 gb ram, nVidia 9600gt... and it all runs on Windows 7 64t.

Please please help me conqeur this problem, I would be most grateful


i have exactly the same problem except sim city doesnt freeze for me and i don,t know why it wont save but on my old computer it worked by:

right clicking on setup and go to properties, click on compatibility at the top, run in compatibility mode for windows 95 or windows 98 (i cant remember which one).

im not sure if it will work with the new windows 7 but im gonna try it.
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