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I have a problem with Unread marks getting screwed up.  Something I have just read will show up 5 minutes later as if i have not read it.  How can i fix this?
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PsychoEffer earned 800 total points
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Try Running nupdall.exe against desktop.dsk

if that doesnt work.. try removing desktop.dsk
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man.. i guess i need to read up some more..

Thanks.. that does the trick!
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