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Subject: Can I use a homemade boot disk? I'd get DOS 6.??.


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Date Posted: 05:13:13 05/09/03 Fri
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In reply to: Lachie 's message, "Re: That hurt." on 23:58:22 05/08/03 Thu

?? I'd forgotten about that bootup disk....

Isn't there a way to have true DOS and Windows XP?? I've got a few incredibly smart friends saying that I can, but they won't tell me how to do it.

Got any ideas?

Since I've been gone, I've learned up on Visual Studio .NET using Visual Basic. Yes, I know your feelings on the new languages, but some of that crap is harder than QB. I finally understand Functions now, and I've learned to sort and search for stuff while running programs.... All I have to say is tedious, very very tedious.

Well, C ya lat'.
Wind

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