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From:  Valerie Sutton
Date:  Wed Dec 23, 1998  5:23 pm
Subject:  Re: SignWriter 4.3 on NT Workstation 4


>I recently upgraded my computer to run Windows NT Workstation
>4.0 and am not able to run SignWriter 4.3. I just wondered if
>anyone else had encountered that and if so, how you got it to
>work? I plan to try an NT list I am on and see if they have any
>suggestions. It is not a majorly big deal since I tend to prefer the
>paper and pen method to learning a writing system anyway. But
>somewhere down the line a solution will become important and, by
>then, who knows? Maybe SW 5 will be ready.
>
>Thanks,
>
>Stuart
>--------------------------------------------------------

Hi Stuart!
I personally have no experience with Windows NT, but a friend told me that
Windows NT does not access MS-DOS. Is this correct? If Windows NT cannot
access MS-DOS, then clearly it cannot run SignWriter 4.3, which is an
MS-DOS program.

Of course, this is one of the many reasons why SignWriter 5.0, and other
new software is needed for SignWriting. I have been aware of this problem
for years :-)

Did a manual come with your Windows NT? It might explain about using MS-DOS
with Windows NT.

Please inform us when you find out!

All the best -


Valerie :-)

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