Como instalar ORACLE 8 en WINDOWS XP

He intentado instalar ORACLE 8 Personal Edition varias veces, y siempre con el mismo resultado. Si voy por el setup del principio me dice que no es una aplicación Win32 válida y si voy a instalarlo desde las carpetas en la mitad de la instalación da error de compatibilidad. ¿Qué puedo hacer?
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Lumosa
Mira creo que ORACLE AUN NO HA SACADO LA VERSION ORACLE PERSONAL EDITION PARA XP, solo al hacer la instalacion lo recibe parcialmente como tu bien lo dices. Mira el rotulo de tu CD y veras que no mensiona XP para nada.
Te mando el siguiente articulo de oracle leelo y te servira de mucho.
Espero haberte ayudado y dios te bendiga..
The Windows XP / .NET operating system is the next generation of the Windows
NT / 2000 series of operating systems. The user interface has a new look and
feel and internally many changes have been made to strengthen its reliability,
availability, scalability and end-to-end management features.
There are three separate editions of Windows XP :
Windows XP Home Edition
Windows XP Professional Edition
Windows XP Professional Edition 64-Bit Edition
In the future Microsoft will be delivering server editions of Windows XP,
these will use the Windows .NET Server naming convention.
The following article describes the compatibility of the Oracle Database
server products with the Windows XP operating system. For information
relating to Windows 9.x refer to [NOTE:65995.1], Windows NT refer to
[NOTE:45997.1] and Windows 2000 refer to [NOTE:77627.1].
Oracle Server Product Support - 32Bit
=====================================
All editions of the Oracle9i database (Enterprise, Standard, Personal and
Client software) are supported with Windows XP Professional Edition, there
are no plans to support Windows XP Home Edition. Please note currently the
same CD is used for Windows NT, Windows 2000 and Windows XP.
+----------------+------------+-----+-------------------+-----------------+
| Client / RDBMS | Windows XP | Min | Error Correction | Desupport |
| Version | Support | SP | Support Ends | Notice |
+================+============+=====+===================+=================+
**| 9.2.0.x | Yes | |Not Yet Determined | |
*| 9.0.1.x | Yes | | 30-June-2003 | [NOTE:201685.1] |
| 8.1.x | ***Partial | | 31-December-2003 | [NOTE:148054.1] |
| 8.0.x | No | | n/a | n/a |
+----------------+------------+-----+-------------------+-----------------+
Min SP = Minimum Service Pack listed in the Oracle installation Guide.
* = Refer to [NOTE:183076.1] for a list of 9.0.1 components that have
not been certified for Windows XP.
** = Refer to the last section of this article for a list of 9.2.0.x
components that have not been certified on Windows XP.
*** = Oracle has only certified its client software with Windows XP
and to install it a patched version of the installer is required
(obtainable at ARU:1868709 [BUG:2445238]). Refer to [NOTE:202139.1]
for a full list of 8.1.7.3+ components that have been certified.
Note: Oracle VLM (Very Large Memory) support is not available on Windows XP
because Windows XP does not support the PAE / AWE (Address Windowing
Extensions) which allows Oracle to address more than 4 GB of physical
memory.
Oracle does not plan to provide certification or support of Oracle8 or the
Oracle8i Database Server components on Windows XP.
Oracle Server Product Support - 64Bit
======================================
Oracle do not currently provide support for Windows XP Professional 64-Bit.
Customers wishing to evaluate Oracle on 64-Bit Windows can download the
following Beta product from the Oracle Technology Network (OTN) :
"Oracle9i Enterprise Edition for Windows/IA64, Release 1 Developer's Release"
Oracle is currently planning to provide support for 64Bit Windows as soon
as Windows .NET Server 64-Bit is available, please contact Oracle Support
Services fo
Oracle personal Edition 8i no esta certificado para XP.
Oracle 8i version 8.1.7 si esta certficado para Windows 2000.
Oracle 9i Version 9.0.1 y el release mas actual 9.2 SI ESTA CERTIFICADO PARA XP.
Si te quedo clara tu pregunta... Espero tu respuesta y cordialmente te solicito cerrar la pregunta..
Hola LUMOSA, quería darte las gracias aunque un poco tarde, ya que he estado con todo patas arriba, he tenido que al final desinstalar 23 pcs y volver atrás ya que el Oracle 8.1.7 no va en el XP pero si en el windows 2000. El jefe esta que trina ya que pasar 23 equipos de 98 a XP con sus respectivas licencias, imaginate.Ahora abrá que barajar o hacerle entender de que adquiera licencias para el 2000. Muchas gracias otra vez.
Atentamente Artetxesport

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