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Author/Date Windows 95
Angus
10/08/2005 9:02am
It says it does on the tin but not for me (95B).
I'm deliberately trying old software for a schools/UK Cadet project using HF radio/e-mail software where i.Scribe is recommended. There are lots of old laptops (that still work often unused!) lying around almost for the taking! (and it doesn't really matter if it gets lost/someone drives over it).
However, all I get (on install) is the message ' The DGI.DLL file cannot start. Check the file to determine the problem.'
Is it me?

fret
10/08/2005 12:13pm
I have never heard of "Dgi.dll". You don't mean Lgi.dll do you?
Angus
10/08/2005 12:52pm
Well, yes and no!
That's exactly (as written) what popped-up in front of my very eyes!

It means something to you?

A.
Angus
10/08/2005 12:55pm
Apologies I should have engaged brain before replying...

Just tried to load program again (same for 8.17 and test10) and it says, 'LGI.DLL' and not 'DGI.DLL'.

My fault...

A.
fret
10/08/2005 1:05pm
Lgi.dll is my GUI library and I think it's because Win95 doesn't have Imm32.dll which Lgi depends on. Hence it shows that error.

I've known about this for a while... but I don't have a win95 install disk anymore.
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