Microsoft Street & Trips & NTVDM CPU Illegal Operation - HELP!

Posted: 01-21-2009, 03:39 AM

Hello. I need your help. I have Windows Vista Ultimate with SP
installed on my computer. One of the programs I have installed i
Microsoft Streets & Maps 2007. I have no problems installing this cor
part of the software. At the conclusion of the core part of the softwar
being successfully installed, I get the part that I elect to select th
option "Install Windows Live Local for Outlook after Streets & Trips i
finished." When I do and proceed, I immediately get a message that i
titled, "16 bit MS-DOS Subsystem". It states
"C:\Users\TROY\AppData\Local\Temp\LEO_SE~1.EXE The NTVDM CPU ha
encountered an illegal operation. CS:11ee IP:63 74 0d 0a 20 Choos
'Close' to terminate the application." What is going on? I need to ge
this part of the software installed

Now, I have installed Streets & Trips as a fresh install in the past o
same previously installed operating system electing this option t
install Windows Live Local for Outlook. I received no issues installin
the Windows Live Local option at that time. This time I did. I have rea
online that Windows Vista does not support 16bit programs from a fe
sources. Yet, some users say that Vista does support them. Well, if
have been able to install the optional program before without an
issues, than I know Vista can.

I need your help! Please help me! Please provide me the steps in detai
on how to overcome this issue so I can successfully install the entir
software again. Thank you!!

--
montecarlo1987

Microsoft Street & Trips & NTVDM CPU Illegal Operation - HELP!


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Re: Microsoft Street & Trips & NTVDM CPU Illegal Operation - HELP!
Posted: 01-21-2009, 06:08 AM
montecarlo1987 wrote:
> Hello. I need your help. I have Windows Vista Ultimate with SP1
> installed on my computer. One of the programs I have installed is
> Microsoft Streets & Maps 2007. I have no problems installing this core
> part of the software. At the conclusion of the core part of the software
> being successfully installed, I get the part that I elect to select the
> option "Install Windows Live Local for Outlook after Streets & Trips is
> finished." When I do and proceed, I immediately get a message that is
> titled, "16 bit MS-DOS Subsystem". It states,
> "C:\Users\TROY\AppData\Local\Temp\LEO_SE~1.EXE The NTVDM CPU has
> encountered an illegal operation. CS:11ee IP:63 74 0d 0a 20 Choose
> 'Close' to terminate the application." What is going on? I need to get
> this part of the software installed.
>
> Now, I have installed Streets & Trips as a fresh install in the past on
> same previously installed operating system electing this option to
> install Windows Live Local for Outlook. I received no issues installing
> the Windows Live Local option at that time. This time I did. I have read
> online that Windows Vista does not support 16bit programs from a few
> sources. Yet, some users say that Vista does support them. Well, if I
> have been able to install the optional program before without any
> issues, than I know Vista can.
Vista 64 doesn't support 16-bit apps, but 32 does. Also, your error
indicates that the executable file mentioned is physically corrupt.

Gary M
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Re: Microsoft Street & Trips & NTVDM CPU Illegal Operation - HELP!
Posted: 01-21-2009, 11:28 AM
A web page titled
"Error message when you install or start an MS-DOS or 16-bit Windows-based
program"
located at
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/324767
might help.

If you are running a 64bit version of Vista, then a 16bit installer is not
supported.

"montecarlo1987" <guest@unknown-email.com> wrote in message
news:9a6c8422bf1b112bdd294e9d723b9758@nntp-gateway.com...
>
> Hello. I need your help. I have Windows Vista Ultimate with SP1
> installed on my computer. One of the programs I have installed is
> Microsoft Streets & Maps 2007. I have no problems installing this core
> part of the software. At the conclusion of the core part of the software
> being successfully installed, I get the part that I elect to select the
> option "Install Windows Live Local for Outlook after Streets & Trips is
> finished." When I do and proceed, I immediately get a message that is
> titled, "16 bit MS-DOS Subsystem". It states,
> "C:\Users\TROY\AppData\Local\Temp\LEO_SE~1.EXE The NTVDM CPU has
> encountered an illegal operation. CS:11ee IP:63 74 0d 0a 20 Choose
> 'Close' to terminate the application." What is going on? I need to get
> this part of the software installed.
>
> Now, I have installed Streets & Trips as a fresh install in the past on
> same previously installed operating system electing this option to
> install Windows Live Local for Outlook. I received no issues installing
> the Windows Live Local option at that time. This time I did. I have read
> online that Windows Vista does not support 16bit programs from a few
> sources. Yet, some users say that Vista does support them. Well, if I
> have been able to install the optional program before without any
> issues, than I know Vista can.
>
> I need your help! Please help me! Please provide me the steps in detail
> on how to overcome this issue so I can successfully install the entire
> software again. Thank you!!!
>
>
> --
> montecarlo1987
montecarlo1987
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Re: Microsoft Street & Trips & NTVDM CPU Illegal Operation - HELP!
Posted: 01-21-2009, 05:54 PM

Hello Gary. Thanks for your response. This Microsoft Support Article i
for Windows XP and not Vista. Method 1 uses a i386 file/folder that i
only applicable to Windows XP -- totally dead in the water with thi
method. Method 2 was looking more promising, but when I try to run th
command C:\Windows\repair , I get only a message that states, "Window
cannot find 'C:\Windows\repair'. Make sure you typed the name correctly
and then try again." This second method sounds like it's only applicabl
to Windows XP too.

Any other suggestions

This is where Windows Vista fails miserably in terms of fixing th
operating system compared to the numerous opportunities that Windows X
has to repair itself. The old Recovery Console did a lot to help yo
too!

I ran a few times System File Checker and still when I re-install th
software, I still get the 16 bit MS-DOS Subsystem error message.

Please reply anybody. Thanks!


Gary M;945901 Wrote:
> A web page title
> "Error message when you install or start an MS-DOS or 16-bi
> Windows-base
> program
> located a
> 'Error message when you install or start an MS-DOS or 16-bi
> Windows-based program' (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/324767
> might help
>
> If you are running a 64bit version of Vista, then a 16bit installer i
> no
> supported
>
> "montecarlo1987" <guest@xxxxxx-email.com> wrote in messag
> news:9a6c8422bf1b112bdd294e9d723b9758@xxxxxx-gateway.com...> > >
> >
> > > Hello. I need your help. I have Windows Vista Ultimate with SP
> > > installed on my computer. One of the programs I have installed i
> > > Microsoft Streets & Maps 2007. I have no problems installing thi
> > cor
> > > part of the software. At the conclusion of the core part of th
> > softwar
> > > being successfully installed, I get the part that I elect to selec
> > th
> > > option "Install Windows Live Local for Outlook after Streets & Trip
> > i
> > > finished." When I do and proceed, I immediately get a message that i
> > > titled, "16 bit MS-DOS Subsystem". It states
> > > "C:\Users\TROY\AppData\Local\Temp\LEO_SE~1.EXE The NTVDM CPU ha
> > > encountered an illegal operation. CS:11ee IP:63 74 0d 0a 20 Choos
> > > 'Close' to terminate the application." What is going on? I need t
> > ge
> > > this part of the software installed
> >
> > > Now, I have installed Streets & Trips as a fresh install in the pas
> > o
> > > same previously installed operating system electing this option t
> > > install Windows Live Local for Outlook. I received no issue
> > installin
> > > the Windows Live Local option at that time. This time I did. I hav
> > rea
> > > online that Windows Vista does not support 16bit programs from a fe
> > > sources. Yet, some users say that Vista does support them. Well, if
> > > have been able to install the optional program before without an
> > > issues, than I know Vista can
> >
> > > I need your help! Please help me! Please provide me the steps i
> > detai
> > > on how to overcome this issue so I can successfully install th
> > entir
> > > software again. Thank you!!
> >
> >
> > > -
> > > montecarlo1987 >
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