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How To Use Syswin 3.4 On A 64-bit Windows System

How to use Syswin 3.4 on a 64-bit Windows system

Syswin 3.4 is a software for programming Omron PLCs. It was released in 1999 and it only supports 32-bit Windows XP. However, some users may still need to use Syswin 3.4 on a newer 64-bit Windows system. In this article, we will show you how to do that using a virtual machine.

How to use Syswin 3.4 on a 64-bit Windows system

What is a virtual machine?

A virtual machine (VM) is a software that simulates a computer system inside another computer system. It allows you to run different operating systems and applications on the same physical machine. For example, you can run Windows XP inside Windows 10 using a VM.

How to create a Windows XP VM?

There are many VM software available, such as VirtualBox, VMware, Hyper-V, etc. In this article, we will use VirtualBox as an example. You can download VirtualBox from here. You will also need a Windows XP installation CD or ISO file.

After installing VirtualBox, follow these steps to create a Windows XP VM:

  • Open VirtualBox and click on "New" to create a new VM.

  • Name your VM as "Syswin 3.4" and select "Microsoft Windows" as the type and "Windows XP (32-bit)" as the version.

  • Assign some memory (RAM) and disk space to your VM according to your needs.

  • Select "Create a virtual hard disk now" and click on "Create".

  • Select "VDI (VirtualBox Disk Image)" as the hard disk file type and click on "Next".

  • Select "Dynamically allocated" as the storage on physical hard disk and click on "Next".