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Stay with Warp ver 4?
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BigWarpGuy
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1. Stay with Warp ver 4?
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I have installed Warp ver 4 ontop of Warp ver 3 on my older notebook computer (an IBM Thinkpad 755C that has a 75mhz cpu, 36 meg ram, and a 2 gigabyte hard drive). Since I have upgraded to Warp ver 4, I no longer have sound and the video is only 16 colors (I have tried installing audio and video drivers but they don't seem to work). I used selective install but it asks for e: drive (even with the pcmcia cd-rom drive attached, there isn't a e: drive). I have to type in a: to get it to see the floppy drive. I typed in d: (cd-rom drive) but it says its the wrong type of medium. Any help or opnion would be appreciated.
OS/2 Warp-ed to the very end.
Date: 29 May, 2003 on 19:53
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2. Re:Stay with Warp ver 4?
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Are you using the latest OS/2 installation diskettes?

http://www7.boulder.ibm.com/2bcprod.nsf/WebCat?OpenView&Start=1&Count=300&Expand=27.1#27.1

Date: 30 May, 2003 on 23:02
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