DNA analysis apps and WinNT?

Tim Cutts tjrc1 at mole.bio.cam.ac.uk
Fri Jan 17 04:25:18 EST 1997


In article <jtn2-ya023180001601972241520001 at news.cac.psu.edu>,
Jason T. Newman <jtn2 at email.psu.edu> wrote:
>Are there any commercial DNA analysis applications that are compatible with
>Windows NT 3.51 and 4.0? I tried installing a demo of DNAsis, but the
>program didn't work, and the installer for a demo to Lasergene didn't get
>past the first disk. Any info will be appreciated. Thanks.

What errors did you get?  Is your machine dual-bootable with Windows
95 or DOS/Windows 3.1?  If so, try installing it under another
operating system and then running it from Windows NT.

Russell Malmberg maintains a list of molecular biology software for
NT on the DEC Alpha at:

http://dogwood.botany.uga.edu/malmberg/software.html

If this software is available for NT for the Alpha, I'm sure you can
get it for the Intel processor as well (or at least get the sources
and compile them yourself, if you have a suitable compiler)

Hope this helps.

Tim.




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