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Posted on 2001-06-21
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MarcG earned 25 total points
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Well, I think this question is for me, I cannot follow the link above but the link from the question has the same question id ... and it was in Win98 topic if i'm not wrong ;)
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MarcG, I will accept these points for you, it an old question from last year the Windows98 Topic area.

You will be give an A grade. And will add to your point total for this month.

Thank you,
ComTech
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Ok, I post after you.
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