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WinMTR on Windows 2000 Server, not valid Win32 Application?

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We are running a Webserver on Windows 2000 Server and we have some tracerute issues. We are currently talking to our ISP.
They have asked us to run an application called WinMTR.

We should run it from end user towards a website on our server and from our server to that end user.

I have already ran it from the end users Windows XP towards the server, but when I run it from our server it says that its not a valid Win32 Application

I have downloaded the latest version from  http://winmtr.net/download-winmtr/
Its the Win32 for the 32  bit version.
it says its supported by Windows 2000
But still when i run it, it gives me the error message as you see on the screenshot

Any idears how to run it from Windows 2000 Server?
 Error message running application in Win2000 Server
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by:mi-sir
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iam using winmtr on Win 2000 without problems
This usually happens when file is corrupted try download it again  (i would also suggets to clear your temp files from your browser)
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by:morten444
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Thanks for reply
I have remove temp files and downloaded V0.92 agan from website
IT comes zipped with 64bit and 32Bit..
I still get the same problem

I cant find an older version in case there is an issue. You have a link for a previous version?

Regards
Morten
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mi-sir earned 500 total points
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Here are older WINMTR versions
http://sourceforge.net/projects/winmtr/files/OLD/
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by:morten444
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Thanks. I downloaded previous version, same thing. I went back to winmtr_bin.zip
That worked like a sharm

Thanks for your help
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