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Does anyone know where I can find the file loop.sys?  I am installing a loop back adaptor on a Win NT40 machine, and I can't find the file anywhere.
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If your installing it it's in the I386 directory on the CD. If it's already installed it should be in the %systemroot%\SYSTEM32 directory.
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Thank you Macros!  The file is compressed that's why I didn't find it earlier.
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Glad to help. Thanks for the rating :)
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