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how can i get the dll files off of my windows 98 cd that are required to run kazza on wine. i had problems when trying to install the newest version of kazaa so i downloaded and managed to get version 1.7.2 installed. but it wont run. i unpacked every single cab file on the windows 98 cd with no luck. the files im looking for are
i had managed to find these files from a unknown source so i want to make sure i have the right ones not windows 2000 or xp dll's that wont work. im completely microsoft free so i dont have windows installed anymore.
and whom you elect also, your not immune to the blame. www.djdoboy.com a very good alternitive to copyright music. not that i care about the legalities of copyright music, at least as of right this moment in time. until the price of a cd is fare http://www.boycott-riaa.com/
Certainly I am to blame: I voted for Bill Clinton the first time. Seriously though, we do have to find a way that software creators, musicians and record companies can be compensated without them running monopolies. I don't really have a problem with them being paid, but how much? It's not like they own us and what we do--or do they?