Hello! A while ago when I got an AudioBox USB, it came with Studio One 3 Artist. (I'm pretty sure it's artist) It works just great on my laptop, because that's what I initially downloaded it on. Fast forward to now, and I'm trying to put it on my Windows XP computer, (because it's more of a desktop situation) which has no internet. (I might be able to give it internet later, if it came to that) I re-downloaded the 64-bit installer and (via a flash drive) got it on my XP, and ran it. It loaded, and said "This application requires Windows 7 or later," and that really confused me, because of this Knowledge Base thingy:
Q: Is my version of Windows XP supported with my PreSonus product?
A: As of May 2013, PreSonus supports all current products and software on Microsoft Windows XP, with the exception of the following editions:
- Windows XP 64-Bit Edition
- Windows XP Media Center Edition
- Any edition of Windows XP without Service Pack 3 installed
These operating systems are not sufficient to properly run our latest drivers and software; if you are using Windows XP, it must be Windows XP 32-bit, Service Pack 3, Home or Professional edition.
I checked, and I have Windows Home, and service pack 1.
So, I changed the registry of the service pack number from 1 to 3, (it was really 100 and 300, but you get my point) to make the computer think that I was using Service pack 3.
I ran it again, and it said the same thing, if I were to actually (lol) install Service Pack 3, would it say the same thing, again?
In short, is it the XP's fault or the software's fault, and either way, how do I fix it?
(P.s, I know this sort of veers of into the tech field, but I tried to keep it as related as I could)