Vishnu_Sasidharan at mindtree.com
Sat Oct 6 09:52:04 CEST 2007
While trying to run python I am getting a 16 bit MS-DOS subsystem error
saying that "the NTVDM CPU has encountered an illegal instruction".
I am using AMD64 machine with WinXP SP2 32bit OS. I have been having this
issue for some days, so today I tried installing the same msi on a different
machine with similar configuration and voila! It's working there. So
basically I wanted to know like what is missing or different in my machine
which is stopping me from using Python or like what dependencies this has. So
anyone has any experience of such similar errors? It might work after I
format or reinstall the OS, but I want try all the workarounds before doing
that. So any help?
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