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Chapaj1

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I just purchased an embroidery business and the machines are running on Windows 3.1 and can't be upgraded. It has been too long since I dealth with this version and even then I wasn't very good at it. Anybody know a good web site for getting help with this operating system? other than here?

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3.1 eh, cant say i do, if you have questions try posting them here we can do what we can, if it can run 3.1 they could prbably manage 95 or 98 which are a little better. Mind you last time i used 3.1 i was pretty young.
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http://www.logicalsk...ndows31_FAQ.htm
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believe it or not, you could still run the win 3.1 ui (progman.exe) all the way up to windows xp sp1--in sp2, it cannot run
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what help do you need with it?
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Thanks for your help. I found a computer guy locally who (hopefully) can answer any questions and offer support that I need with my business. If not I definitely will be posting here.
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