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I have a WinME laptop that won't load windows. When I try to start it up, I get a blue screen that displays the message that something my be wrong with my iosusys folder or I am out of memory. I tried adding an extra 128MB of RAM but it made no difference. Any help you could give me would be greatly appreciated.
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jchaffee,
You could take a look at this EE link.   Please note the 'accepted answer':
                 http://oldlook.experts-exchange.com:8080/Operating_Systems/WinME/Q_21084038.html
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       ..  thank you!
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