OffToLin bad lag error

I have a dictionary (oxford dictionary) POD, so when I am clicking on the .exe for the opening of the software file, and then it gives an error named OffToLin bad offset. So, how can I solve this problem and I installed everything recently fresh new ultimate version of windows 7 32 BIT with an updated antivirus ESET SMART SECURITY.
Please give me a solution for this...
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