I have an Io Tiny project which will be run in a barn. I don't believe a tablet can run the project because of the scripting and I want to run audio thru the Tiny to a sound system.
Due to the location, security and environmental issues, I prefer to use an old Dell 4700 computer which is running XP and has 2 gig of ram. ( was stored in the barn LOL). I don't want to upgrade this machine.
Is there any way I can get an older copy of EZ Builder, (1 to 2 years old) which I can then install? I believe old versions of EZ Builder could be run on this machine.
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Please note: I do use Win 10 and the latest software on my latest projects....
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Does anyone have an old copy of ARC which will be XP compatable?
I plan on using an old EZB instead of the IO Tiny because I assume the old software won't run the IO Tiny. The project is the Madame Ninndo I built a few Halloween's ago. I need to run it in client mode and use audio from the computer.
Any other ideas how this project can be run will be appreciated.
Honestly, with the low cost of Windows 10 desktop and tablets I'd consider upgrading. I did a quick search and I can find Windows 10 refurbished desktop for $130. You can get a low end table for around $100.
I run Windows 10 and EZ-B on one of these and it runs great. It has a good loud built in speaker, but it does not have a microphone, so you would need to add one (has USB or mini-RCA audio input).
$199 is a great deal for this. I was thinking about offering you mine for that price, but the touchscreen on mine won't stay calibrated, so the ebay listing is a better deal (and now that I am extolling its virtues, I am thinking of a new project to use mine in).
Note: the screen resolution is not high, so you would not want to do your EZ-B development on this, but it will run fine. It will also boot up and run with the top closed, so would make a good headless unit.
The issue is the Barn isn't secure and I prefer not leaving a good computer where it may get "borrowed". It is only for running Madame Ninndo and won't be used for anything else. Anyway I will let you know how it works out.
Dj, thanks for the options. I may get something new to run it .
Thanks to all ...