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SK98 not sticking at load on Windows 7 64

SK98 not sticking at load on Windows 7 64

SK98 not sticking at load on Windows 7 64

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This is an old problem but I´m almost convinced SK98 in Windows 7 64bit does not have the problem or at worst loads very slowly.

With Vista on-line, sticking on the 3rd load bar happened too often. I remember the solution was to reboot, but I also had the zany idea to put the sk98 shortcut in start-up. This worked as it meant SK98 was always open. However, it is a cumbersome load and maybe depends on what else is loading.
The best idea was to plan ahead. If I was going on-line and wanted SK98 (or SKW2), opening it first before going on-line always worked. However, I´m continually on-line on Windows 7 when I use Memos these days and have no problem.

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