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just put a comment...or tell me how silly i am...
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jhance earned 40 total points
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Are you just feeling generous today or is this in connection with some other question???


Anyway, thanks...
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feeling generous;) hahaha.....

okay i am in mood of punishing myself in some manner...no one can afford loosing hours with  such problems...i should grow up now....
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n yes the cause is the winsvc.h...
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