Mod Pack Studio 2.0 runs with all versions of Windows*. However, you may receive an error message, "16-bit MS-DOS Subsystem...The system file is not suitable for running MS-DOS and Microsoft Windows applications..."
Reason, one or more of the following files are missing and/or damaged on your computer, autoexec.nt, command.com, and config.nt.
This is NOT a Windows or Mod Pack Studio 2.0 problem, the cause seems to be a Downloader Trojan on your computer (maybe TrojanDownloader.Win32.Dia.a) which places programs on your machine, removing and/or damaging autoexec.nt, config.nt and command.com.
For more information go Here. You will find a free download to restore the three files, unzip and copy them to C:\WINDOWS\system32. You should also look into the recommended actions.
*15.07.2015: Moderator notice: This is a 16-bit program that will not run on 64-bit versions of Windows.
Im having the same problem as lord snorealot, the program says that when its around 90 percent the thing says that it dosent work wid mp os or sumthin like the top post
Posted on 06/23/05 @ 12:45 PM
Mines not working too i still get errors if i want to start it
Posted on 07/09/05 @ 03:51 AM
Mine says it requires age of kings installed.I already have it installed. ??
Posted on 07/14/05 @ 12:02 PM
i have been reading alot about how to make mods! still i have problems figuring out how to open the .drs files! i have tried drsbuild but seem to find the commands dont work! i am picking xp cmd and msdos are the same thing right? anyways gonna try mps after downloading it hopefully get it figured out soon.
Posted on 08/03/05 @ 02:51 AM
Hey thats my prob!!!
Posted on 08/05/05 @ 07:10 AM
I have the same problem as lord snorealot and lordsephiroth.
Posted on 08/17/05 @ 08:01 AM
when i install it it says its not suitable for running MS-DOS and moicrosoft windows applications
Posted on 10/24/05 @ 09:49 PM
I have the same problem as lord snorealot and lordsephiroth. How do I fix this?
Tanneur99 Official Reviewer
Posted on 10/27/05 @ 08:22 PM
I do not know what the problem is as it works fine for me with the windows XP professional.
Posted on 10/29/05 @ 07:48 AM
I don't have XP Proffesional, I have XP Home Edition. Thats probibly why. Still, if anyone can e-mail me to let me know what the problem is, that would be nice. (e-mail is the same in the last as now) firstname.lastname@example.org