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Carlos
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      07-28-2010
Shenan,
I'm quite aware of that.
My answer meant to be a complement rather than a replacement.

Carlos

"Shenan Stanley" wrote:

> Carlos wrote:
> > And/Or using the free of charge XP mode in Win 7 Ultimate.
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> Windows 7 Professional or Ultimate.
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> However - that is just a virtual machine - so still falls in the original
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