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CoolTalk says I am NOT configured right......

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Well, I have CoolTalk, I dial, a message comes up that I am not configured right.
I use Netscape sometimes and sometimes Internet Explorer.. each have their
attributes.  Can you help me figure out what to do to hook up this CoolTalk?
Thanks, Aunt Granny
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Go to your "hard drive" ..."system" folder...."preferences" and trash the Cooltalk preferences and empty trash. If you cannot see them there, try the netscape-f folder in the preferences and look for cooltalk preferences and trash them, then go back into program
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