This is the support page for older
versions of Soldiers Died in the Great War 1914-19.
Support for versions 2 and above can be found
| Installation: Windows3.x.....................Windows
Known problems with install:
ISINST30General Protection Fault
Error loading file, not a valid toolbook
Windows 3.x Start
In 'Program Manager' select 'File' then 'Run' from the menu bar at the
top. Type 'x:\setup.exe' in the box provided and click 'OK' (replace
'x' with the letter of your CD-ROM drive as appropriate.) Follow the
instructions on screen using the suggested locations When setup has finished
you may run the application from the program icon in the newly created
95/98/NT Start your computer
From the 'start bar' click on 'Start' then 'Run' Type 'x:\setup.exe' in
the box provided and click 'OK' (replace 'x' with the letter of your CD-ROM
drive as appropriate.) Follow the instructions on screen using the suggested
locations When setup has finished you may run the application from the
program icon in the newly created program group under the start / programs
Known problems with install
Cause:- MS Office components blocking setup from accessing this object
Solution:- Close all running applications, restart and reinstall.
N.B. MS Office Toolbar often loads on windows startup, if this is the case
the solution above will not work.
Remove the MS Office Toolbar icon from the 'Startup' program group, reboot
General Protection Fault
Cause:- Microsoft Inteli-mouse with MouseWheel
Solution:- Contact NMP for revised setup routine disk.
loading file, not a valid toolbook header
Cause:- System not associating GreatWar.exe with tbload.exe
Solution:- Manually edit the target property of the 'Soldiers Died 1914
- 1919' program manager icon.
At present the target of the icon reads:-
|This should be prefixed with:-
|(for win 3.x,95,98)
|A space should separate the two paths.
WITH VERSION 1.1 - Download
update here !
|To upgrade Version 1.1 of the Soldiers
Died CD-ROM please download the file Nmp_bf01.exe
(click link above) and save to your hard drive.
If you then run this file a message will appear saying
Fix successful or This version is not the correct timestamp.
The fix will correct the problem of only being able to prin t~360 records.