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I'm new to the FrameMaker world, and just installed Frame 5.1.1 on my PC
running Win2000, using 256RAM and 8Gigs on the hard drive. Installation was
a breeze... no probs.
The software's packaging says it's for Win95 and WinNT. I figured I could
still use it b/c I was told Win2000 is built on NT technology.
When I try to open the software for use, I get an error msg. that reads
"Fatal Error (c0000094)". Anyone know what this means? Was I mistaken in
trying to load it on a box running 2000? Suggestions? Thoughts? Jabs?
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