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200 pts to dc197 for help in answering question

Posted on 2003-10-21
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dc197:
post a comment and I'll accept to give you 200 pts for you help.

thanks,
krk
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Hi
Thanks for the points - is this for the Device I/O error problem?
Glad you got it sorted.
DC
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