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SubjectCan't execute MameCE3.exe new Reply to this message
Posted byBlueshoes
Posted on06/08/01 03:37 PM



Can anyone help? I have installed MameCE3.exe as per the notes (including putting gx.dll into the windows directory) - when I try to execute it, I get a windows error message which says:
"Error Starting Program - The C:\PROGRAM FILES\MAMECE\MAMECE3.EXE file is improperly linked with alignment less than 0x1000. Fix the error, and then link it again." I close this box with the OK button, and another box is left under it stating " C:\PROGRAM FILES\MAMECE\MAMECE3.EXE Windows cannot run this program because it is in an invalid format"
I am running Windows 98 - linked to a Jornada 548. I get the same error regardless of whether I try it on my Toshiba Laptop, or my desktop - (both win98).
I also get the same problem trying to run MEGAMameCE3.exe.





SubjectRe: Can't execute MameCE3.exe Reply to this message
Posted byTekhmaster
Posted on06/08/01 07:51 PM



> Can anyone help? I have installed MameCE3.exe as per the notes (including
> putting gx.dll into the windows directory) - when I try to execute it, I get a
> windows error message which says:
> "Error Starting Program - The C:\PROGRAM FILES\MAMECE\MAMECE3.EXE file is
> improperly linked with alignment less than 0x1000. Fix the error, and then link
> it again." I close this box with the OK button, and another box is left under
> it stating " C:\PROGRAM FILES\MAMECE\MAMECE3.EXE Windows cannot run this
> program because it is in an invalid format"
> I am running Windows 98 - linked to a Jornada 548. I get the same error
> regardless of whether I try it on my Toshiba Laptop, or my desktop - (both
> win98).
> I also get the same problem trying to run MEGAMameCE3.exe.
>
Sounds like you did a manual installation from an older version. Also, did you put the files in the folders on your Pocket PC? Almost sounds like you put the files on your desktop.

Download a fresh copy of the autoinstaller build. Then run that from your desktop. It will transfer all the files into the proper locations on your device.

Cheers,
-Techmaster


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