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Old 04-08-2009, 01:38 PM   #16
sittykitty
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Thanks for all the tips! I was able to get it going. I installed it in Vista hoping the swap thing would transfer something over here. I'm not sure how everything works, but I used Vista to add it to the home network (which I didn't really want, but I guess I need?). Since I ran the cd, I'm not entirely sure what specifically fixed the problem. I just wanted to update my thread and say thanks.
 
  


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