Vista 64 install game dark reign 2?

At any installed this game? I get error each time declaring bad necessary version 32v 64v try xp compatibility mode what big game played in the old system with the xp operating system
any help would be great.

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Hello Dave_67,

Thank you for posting.  You get this error is because the game has a 16-bit installation program to install the game.  On Vista 64-bit, 16-bit applications are blocked.  The only way to get them to run is to is to have administrator rights, and run the installer game itself in compatibility mode.  I recommend the compatibility mode for Windows 2000, given the age of the game Dark reign 2.  I know this only because I got the same error when I tried to install a monopoly very old-fashioned.  I had to run the installer in compatibility mode in the oder to install and run the game.

Please let me know if this helps you. Zack
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