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I recently purchased a Curves franchise and I have to watch a million training Cd ROM's. They have certain requirements that you need on your computer. It is an exe file. the requirements are:

1.5 GHz
Memory 512 MB
hard drive 40 GB
Video Dedicated video card preffered
browser IE 6

I downloaded internet explorer because the CD Rom says i had to do that to, but it is still not working!!! I dont know what to do...
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EXE files and IE are exclusive to Windows. There are a few options for you. You could install Windows in a virtualization product such as VMWare, Parallels or VirtualBox or install it through Boot Camp. Note that both of these require that you already have a copy of Windows. Your other option is to use something like Wine which will emulate parts of Windows but may not work. Do you have a copy of Windows?

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