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I run Windows 98 on my home PC. I wanted to fax a document, but my Exchange files seem to be corrupt. (When I click on the icon on my desktop, nothing happens.) To reload Exchange do I use Windows 95 or  Windows 98? Please respond to my e-mail address -- steveho@concentric.net

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The windows fax and exchange is located in the following path of your Win98 CD:

G:\tools\oldwin95\message\us

G = CDRom drive letter.
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Thanks. I was able to reload the files. All is well.
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