I recently had to have a hardrive replaced at the reputable pc store where I originally bought my pc. Before I got there, another store that I respect
upgraded my OS from XP to Windows 7. Everything worked fine. When I recently had my hardrive replaced along with Windows 7, I noticed one of
my low end pc games from 1998 won't load. That was not a problem with the other version of Windows 7. The pop up window that I get reads, "The version of this file is not compatible witht he version of Windows your running". "Check your computer system information to see whether you need a 32 bit or 64 bit version of the program then contact the software publisher". I know that my system is 32 bit. My question is do I need to take my pc back to the store that originally upgraded my OS to get that version that will play my game? I loaded Doom 3 with no problem and a game like BattleZone 2 (that is not nearly as intense) won't play now, but did on the original version of Windows 7 I first had before the hardrive upgrade.