It is a website but also a sophisticated flight simulator which operates via 4 cds. When I try to launch a window advises after a short period that windows has stopped working, but no solution is forthcoming.
Colin,I took it upon myself to do a little research on this and many are claiming that this company is a Scam, and that they sucker you into paying a lot for the simulator and then when you do get it, it doesn't work right or is very buggy and of low quality. I am not sure what you used to purchase the software, but I would file a complaint and try to get your money back.What I was going to suggest if it was simply a matter of needing XP for your software to work was to use a Virtual Machine such as Virtual Box and create an XP OS from an older XP disc. It is actually quite simple and it allows you to run XP at the same time as your Windows 7 or 8. Virtual Machines are actually pretty cool so if you find yourself needing something like that give it a shot.Chris R
How much do I now have to pay for no solution in addition to what I have already wasted !
No offence to you personally but it seems the likelyhood of a refund or a solution is non-existent. I just wonder whether any action is possible to eliminate such scams.
When I say refund I am not necessarily saying to ask the company you purchased it from to give you money back. I am saying to go to your credit card company or bank and explain to them that you believe the company is fraudulent. You can also file complaints with different authorities but I am from US not UK so I do not know what organizations you have.Do you have a Full Retail copy of Windows Xp disc? If you do I don't mind showing you how to set up that Virtual Box software I was referring to. That is if you still want to attempt to get the software working.
Sorry, I am a very old man (77) with no idea what a Windows xp disc is or Virtual Box software. Forgive me for that.
sorry again, a little bit confused. Does this mean just a one time payment of £26 will be taken ?
Thank you. I hope "should see" means definitely not. I might add that the British Telecon tech experts were also unable to offer a solution. You were my last hope!
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