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I am new at this so please forgive my mistakes, I thought that I had posted this
earlier but couldn't find it . So here goes again.
I have windows 98 se, I was running the paint program and was trying to resize
something when I think I messed it up. I now get a message saying that there are
not enough resource to open, to close out some programs. I can't close anything
I don't think. I have tried to close or delete all the files that I didn't think I needed,
but this didn't help. I tried to unistall the software and copy it off of my startup disc. but it could'nt find MSpaint on the disc. I was able to reinstall it from my
C: drive but with the same problems as before. I can't open a new paint program
Any help would be appreciated. thanks
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