turnpike 6 - a challenge for i cognoscenti, or a lost cause
juergen.schmied at debitel.net
Mon Feb 5 14:45:54 CST 2001
>In article <mNluuZAicvf6Ewdz at n-cantrell.demon.co.uk>,
>robert w hall <bobh at n-cantrell.demon.co.uk> wrote:
>>Is windows explorer itself definitely a non-starter??
>Pretty much. It has a lot of problems on Wine right now, notably that it
>thinks it's always running for the first time after a new Windows install
>so it does all kinds of nasty things it probably wouldn't normally.
Haven't tried a long time but the best chances you'll have with the first
versions (first win95 or first nt4.0). These versions did not start all this
installation stuff. Think the active installer introduced the problems.
There might be a way around deleting unneeded registry keys...
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