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Hi, I have heard that it is not possible to peer to peer network win98 beta 3 and win95. Is that true?
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No its not true, I have been able to Peer to Peer just fine with Beta 3.

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Hi just commenting, but can you network from win95 to win98?
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Thanks, I'll look elsewhere for the source of my problem.
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