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Windows ME Home Network Wizard Setup Disk

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:tazz: i am trying to setup a network between a system with Windows ME and a 98 system but i need the Home network wizard setup disk off the ME system but it doesn't have a floppy! is there anyone out there who would be so kind as to email me with the contents of one so i can download it onto a floppy disk??? i would be very grateful.... please help soon ;)
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You don't need that disk...it just makes it easier.

If you describe your network, someone can walk you through setting it up manually. It is not difficult
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