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Spork Schivago

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Hi. I have a 16-bit dos application called EZ-C version 8.0 Upgrading is not an option. We run it off of a Novell server. It runs fine on windows NT. On Windows XP however, it will only run on the local hard drive or on a drive mapping that is letter B: or D (our drives are setup as followed: A - Floppy, C: - HD, D: - HD, E: CD-ROM) If I map it to anything after E, it doesn't run correctly. The program will start up but when I try to initiate a DOS prompt or run an external program like edit.com, it acts as though nothing was ran. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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