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acmboot.exe missing

Posted on 1998-08-31
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Do you have acmboot.exe for the VB6 installation ?

If so would you mail it to me?:
frooze@hotmail.com

Mine is corrupted :(
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by:Dianne062298
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It should be in your mailbox.

Dianne
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by:jfl
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Thanks! Don't you want the points?
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Definitely!  :)  Should I have hit "answer" instead of "comment" to ensure I get the points?
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