[SIZE=14px]Hi all (But probably specifically an InteraXon developer…),
I am a new MUSE owner (though a veteran software developer) who wants to use the Muse SDK tools under Windows XP.
I have successfully setup the development environment, compiled, tested and installed the additional Python sources, etc. Everything appears to be working fine. The Java-written Muse-Lab starts up fine…
But the three “native” windows console (.exe) applications: “muse-io.exe”, “oscsend.exe”, “oscdump.exe”, etc. will not start. I receive a pop-up stating that “This is not a valid Win32 program”. Then “Access is denied” is returned to the console command line.
I am attempting to run on a Windows XP machine, so my assumption is that perhaps there’s some problem with the Visual C++ 2013 Runtime on XP? The VC++ 2013 Redistributable package installs without complaint, and Microsoft does claim that the redistributable provides support on Windows XP. But these three native Win32 console apps appear to be the only things having
So… do you have any idea what’s up and what I might be able to do?
Thanks VERY much!![/SIZE]