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I cannot access the help manual in an application on my desktop.  However, I can access via my laptop

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Hi,

I cannot access the help manual in an application on my desktop.  However, I can access via my laptop.  I have tried firefox, IE and google Chrome.  All the same.

Any ideas?  Thanks.

Regards
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by:aadih
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Do you have the chm file for your application on the desktop?

Could you provide a little more details of your problem?
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by:David Johnson, CD, MVP
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are they both using the same operating system... details, details please
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Hi,

I don't know what chm file is.

I don't know what details that I need to provide.  The only thing I know it doesn't work on desktop, but works on laptop.

On my desktop, it is vista-home edition
On my laptop, it is window 7 also Home premium.

Regards
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by:mk50
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not an issue at the moment, but would like to keep a record, revisit it later.
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