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Can I load ansi.sys  with Win 98?

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Some of my DOS programs use ansi.sys. Can I load ansi.sys in my normal Windows 98 config.sys file without causing any problems with Windows operation?
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No problems at all... In addition, create a config.dos file with the contents that you would want to use in a DOS session... Win98 can handle all ANSI stuff as previous Win versions.
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Good!  Thanks a lot.
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