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Install Sidekick 95 using "Program Compatibility Wizard"

Install Sidekick 95 using "Program Compatibility Wizard"

Install Sidekick 95 using "Program Compatibility Wizard"

I was able to install Sidekick 95 in Windows XP Media Center Edition by using XP's "Program Compatibility Wizard".  That got the program installed but it still wouldn't start because it couldn't locate WFC30.dll.  I was able to locate that file on another computer running Windows 98SE, copied it from there and placed it into c:\WINDOWS\system and Sidekick seems to run fine.  I set up a folder into which I copied my cardfiles, etc, and then opened them from there into Sidekick. big smile

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