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How do i find out what my winsock version is?
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Try right clicking on the following 2 files and then choose properties.

winsock.dll
wsock32.dll

It should tell you the version number from there. If you need the most current winsock you may want to go to the following site.

http://www.microsoft.com/windows/getisdn/dload.htm
 

Craig
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4.00.950  -could this be my winsock ver ?????
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