Logan Shaw wrote:
> Roy Schestowitz wrote:
>> To tell you the truth, Window$ ME cannot be trusted. It's a premature
>> release, though your problem might be related to Palm Desktop directly.
>> Only yesterday I helped a friend of mine whose Outlook synchronisation
>> caused the Windows$ kernel in ME to die. It's the third time in a few
>> years that this has happened to him. On the previous two occasions, he
>> solved this by re-installing Outlook. Maybe SYNC20 crashes because of
>> some bad dynamic linking. I suggest that you also consider upgrading
>> Window$, if it is not too much of a hassle.
> I personally found that a nice "upgrade" was switching from Windows ME
> to Windows 98 SE. At least it *works*, mostly.
> - Logan
Yes indeed. I still use Window$ 98 (2nd edition) on my laptop. It has only
32 MB of RAM.