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FileSystemObject and Win 95

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I am using VB6 (SP5) and my project references the Microsoft Scripting Runtime so I can read a text file using the Scripting.FileSystemObject. The software works on NT and Win 98 but I am having problems with it on a Win 95 machine. Any ideas what could be causing the problem - by the way the text file being read has a 8.3 filename format

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Sharon
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