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Hey ppl, I got winex 3.31 and mandrake 10 community edition. the problem is that after i installed winex everything seemed fine till i tried to open a .exe file. ...
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    I dont know whats going on with my Winex 3.31 :(


    Hey ppl, I got winex 3.31 and mandrake 10 community edition. the problem is that after i installed winex everything seemed fine till i tried to open a .exe file. everytime i try to open any .exe file it shows me it is loading but then it just quits, no error or anything. not even notepad or anything will work. i went through the setup and i have the avaliable space. if anybody knows what is wrong pleaze tell me thanx ppl

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    are there any log files you could look at for an idea of what is going wrong?

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    nope

    ive done everything, all it does is show it is loading then exits out. nothing workz and i cant find anything wrong. everything was properly installed :S

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    Have you downloaded from cvs or are you subscribed and using the prepackaged 9.2 rpms?
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    the link

    i downloaded winex off here http://www003.portalis.it/115/

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    I'd only trust winex from the transgaming.com site. Tis a paid for product or available free using cvs.

    Works fine for me on Mandrake 10.
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