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looks fine....everything running ok?
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As far as I can tell. I didn't get the original error that always pulled up. But all I did was restart and then shut down. I had to leave.

I will have him try it for a couple days and let you know.

Thanks again....this site is great :tazz:

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gerryf-

After using it everything seems to be ok :tazz: ...consider this one closed with a happy customer!!! Thanks again! ;) You guys are great!

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I'm having this problem on my laptop right now. However, my laptop is so old, I have to swap out the CD/Floppy drives, unless it's in the docking station. We tried copying the missing files to the laptop, and it's comming up with a file missing error, with most of the directory listing cut off, and says that it could also be low on memory. I have not deleted any of the files, either. The only way I can do anything, is to boot into DOS. From there, I can use a floppy, but not a CD. I'd install Windows again, except since it does not recognize the drive, and I have no floppy install disks. Any suggestions?
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Hmmm...I have no reference point for this....could you please start a new thread?

You've also probably given Dawn a start by reviving this.. :tazz:
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Hi- Just wanted to let you know that you will get better response time from Geeks to go if you post a NEW post with your own topic. You posted to the thread that they helped me with.

Good Luck....and be patient they are volunteers and they are great!

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