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How To Use The Continental CBT For B737 300 400 500 Models On A 64-bit System


B737 300/400/500 Continental CBT: A Comprehensive Guide for 64-bit Users




If you are a pilot or a flight simulator enthusiast who wants to learn how to fly the Boeing 737-300/400/500 models, you may have heard of the Continental CBT. CBT stands for Computer Based Training, and it is a software program that provides interactive lessons and exercises on various aspects of the B737 aircraft. The Continental CBT was developed by Continental Airlines, one of the major operators of the B737 fleet, and it covers topics such as systems, procedures, limitations, performance, and emergency situations.




How to Use the Continental CBT for B737 300 400 500 Models on a 64-bit System


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However, you may also have encountered some difficulties in running the Continental CBT on your computer, especially if you have a 64-bit system. The Continental CBT was designed for 32-bit systems, and it may not work properly on newer operating systems such as Windows 7, 8, or 10. You may experience issues such as crashes, freezes, errors, or missing files. This can be frustrating and prevent you from completing the CBT course.


Fortunately, there are some solutions that can help you run the Continental CBT on your 64-bit system. In this article, we will explain what these solutions are and how to apply them. We will also provide some tips and tricks for using the Continental CBT effectively and efficiently. By following this guide, you will be able to enjoy the benefits of the Continental CBT and improve your knowledge and skills on the B737 aircraft.


How to Run the Continental CBT on a 64-bit System




There are two main ways to run the Continental CBT on a 64-bit system: using a virtual machine or using a compatibility mode. We will explain each method below and provide step-by-step instructions.


Using a Virtual Machine




A virtual machine is a software program that allows you to create and run a different operating system within your current operating system. For example, you can use a virtual machine to run Windows XP on your Windows 10 computer. This way, you can run programs that are compatible with Windows XP but not with Windows 10.


To use a virtual machine to run the Continental CBT on your 64-bit system, you will need to download and install a virtual machine software such as VirtualBox or VMware Player. You will also need to download and install an operating system that is compatible with the Continental CBT such as Windows XP or Windows Vista. You will also need to have the installation files of the Continental CBT on your computer or on an external device such as a CD-ROM or a USB drive.


Here are the steps to use a virtual machine to run the Continental CBT on your 64-bit system:


  • Launch your virtual machine software and create a new virtual machine. Choose an appropriate name and type for your virtual machine (such as Windows XP).



  • Allocate enough memory and disk space for your virtual machine (at least 1 GB of RAM and 10 GB of hard disk).



  • Select an installation source for your virtual machine (such as an ISO file or a CD-ROM) and follow the instructions to install your operating system.



  • Once your operating system is installed, launch it and install any necessary drivers or updates.



  • Insert or connect your installation device that contains the Continental CBT files and copy them to your virtual machine.



  • Run the setup.exe file of the Continental CBT and follow the instructions to install it.



  • Launch the Continental CBT from your virtual machine and enjoy!



Using a Compatibility Mode




A compatibility mode is a feature of Windows that allows you to run programs that were designed for older versions of Windows on newer versions of Windows. For example, you can use a compatibility mode to run programs that were designed for Windows XP on Windows 10. This way, you can avoid some compatibility issues such as crashes, freezes, errors, or missing files.


To use a compatibility mode to run the Continental CBT on your 64-bit system, you will need to have the installation files of the Continental CBT on your computer or on an external device such as a CD-ROM or a USB drive. 04f6b60f66


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