App Horizon

Horizon on win xp


#1

just to start off does horizon work on win xp? if it does here is my problem i downloaded horizon and put it on my desktop the program name is horizon.exe when i double click it. it never opens my anti virus says high cpu usage out of it but i am not using it please help!
more info:i have allowed my anti virus to not stop it


#2

Yes Horizon should run just fine on windows XP, try to just disable your anti virus and then run Horizon again,


#3

Hello there! I am sorry for your inconvenience, I will try to assist you though.

Try navigating to these folders;
C:\Users\YOURUSERNAME\AppData\Local

Delete the folder called;
Xenocode and XboxMB

That should fix it, I hope this helped!


#4

ok i got an error is this one normal?
i have .NETframework 4 should it work or has it got to do with hard drive space i only have 12.1 gb left i really want to use this program :smile:


#5

Please help when i start the program in windows XP the program say"horizon found a problem sorry" Why this?


#6

.NET Framework installed?


#7

I have all .NET Frameworks and i can´t understand why doon´t work and youtube don´t have videos forum don´t have tutorial somebody help please


#8

when i go on the download horizon thing and click download it starts downloading horizon.exe with a disk icon so when it finishes i click open then i click run then il dont install or do enything then it comes up with error report either to send the report or to no send the report someone help me! i really need horizon :anguished: :anguished: :anguished: :anguished: :anguished: :anguished: :anguished:


#9

This theread is from 2012…


#10

Please don’t post in old thread. Create a new one

Closed.


#11

hy i have the same problem but i dont find the path show in your message i even try to search with windows search but it didnt find no folder in user ~C:\Users\YOURUSERNAME\AppData\Local``,not even the folder named Xenocode and XboxMB

i also have framework instaled all version .
thanks


#12

The YOURUSERNAME part of “C:\Users\YOURUSERNAME\AppData\Local” must be the local account name on the computer. The appdata folder may also be hidden on your system.