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Netmage,

This is to award you some points for your help on the following question "Qu1. Win95 Upgrade-Protection error" (Q.10103775)

Thanks,
Sue
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It was a real pleasure to be able to help.

I wish everyone was as easy to help through thier problems as you have been.

Thankyou for being so generous with the points also.

cheers

Glen
Netmage
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Hmmmmm,
I'm surprised istal didn't beat you to the "answer" here also, Glen.  :)
Regards,
Ralph
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:-)

I'm starting to wonder about doing the right thing

To ralph

I normally offer laymans language to try and resolve problems looking for interaction, but i can post chapters from online technical archives to.

Lots of my comments have been used in other questions and i think i might start showing aquired mutual respect rather than the utopian ideal.



Thanks for your interest

Glen
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by:s23
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Glen,

Thanks for your help.

I might add that the next computer I installed Win95a on ALSO had the same error. Same problem with the memory! So, you've earned the points. I wouldn't have had any hair left without your help!

Sue
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