Re: Run A Windows program on Pi 4
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Another possible suggestion is to pick up a cheap windows tablet. In the past I have purchased RCA tables for around $140 as I recall. Touch screen windows 10 device with HDMI output and a real USB port in addition to an OTG port and separate power cable. Here is a refurb unit like I have for $80
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Thanks for everyone who responded to my query. From what members are saying it is a nonstarter to run a windows program and will run very slowly, this could cause a problem with the sampling rate. I have been sent some information on how to do this but it looks very complicated to do. The program I want to run is Spectrum Labs for collecting data from a VLF E-Field receiver. I am now looking at using an Ubuntu image on the Pi 4 as there is software that runs under this. Once again thanks to everyone who responded with advice.