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netmeeting on win 2000

Posted on 2000-03-30
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Microsoft says I have net meeting already installed.  When I click on it, I get the hourglass for a few seconds and then nothing.  I can't figure how to reinstall it.  Microsoft doesn't have one for 2000 on line and I can't find it on the win 2000 disk.
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I had the same problem..
If you are patient, eventually the 'setup wizard' thing came up that enables you to setup your microphone etc
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Thanks,   win2000 is faster in most areas, but this one takes the cake.
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