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In Windows\System, I have a kernel32.dll file (date of install 11/22/96)recently downloaded a new k32.dll dated 8/24/98.  Three related questions:
1.  Will I have fewer "fatal errors" if I update this file?
2.  My computer is loaded with Windows95 version 4.00.950 b, will this update create any problems elsewhere?
3.  I know I have to make the switch through DOS, but am not clear on the procedure, can you give me instruction?
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Question by:7dwarfs
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Which one of you fellows is asking the question? Where on earth did you a) get the file and b) the idea to do this?
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No it will not create problems. good luck. you can update periodically downloading from Microsoft
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just download the UPDATE from MICROSOFT. COm and it does it for you
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