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Floating Point Invalid

Posted on 1997-08-21
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I am running Win95 (B). When I run a encyclopedia program I get the error message "Tlistpro.vbx Floating Point :Invalid. As you know Tlistpro.vbx is in the Win/Sys Dir. How can I solve this problem? ps. I have done a few things. 1-deleted the program an attempted to re-install. 2-deleted Magnaram 97, which is the program that I believe started the problem.  (prior to installing Magnaram my encyclopedia worked fine. In any event can you give me any direction.
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Tlistpro.vbx does not come od the OSR2 CD-ROM.
you should try and extract it from what ever program that installed it. What eneyelopeia are you refering. Ms?
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