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Windows 3.1 ddk kit

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Is there a place that I can get the windows 3.1 ddk from?
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by:bd1asds
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The ddk kit is available from Microsoft's web site at www.microsoft.com/kb/articles/q88/55.htm
Read through the page and you will see various ways to download it. There are also multiple articles on 3.1ddk if you go to the home page and search on windows 3.1 ddk.
Hope this helps.
Kim
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by:goodell
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I tried the URL but I was unable to get to DDK Kit.  My browser kept saying that the site was unavailable.
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Try going to www.microsoft.com and doing a search.
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by:goodell
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I did the search with little luck I thought I might just search the ftp download archives at microsoft.
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