Your best source of this information will be Oracle. Note that Oracle 9i is an old product. You can ask in the Oracle forums, here:
This thead indicates it may be possible to do what you want:
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You may also try to install it in compatibility mode or run it in Windows XP Mode.
How to run an application with Compatibility Mode:
1. Right click on the program's shortcut or executable file and select Properties.
2. Switch to the Compatibility tab.
3. Check the “Run this program in compatibility mode for” box.
4. Click on the drop down menu arrow and select which version of Windows the program was made for and click OK.
If it still cannot be installed, please contact the manufacturer support to check the compatibility.
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