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Hmmm ... That is the second time I heard "mailing list". Only thing is ... I don't have one! I think you send that report somewhere ... where the moon don't shine!
Here is the mailing list welcome email:
Welcome to the Freeware@xpcreate.com mailing list!

To post to this list, send your email to:


General information about the mailing list is at:


If you ever want to unsubscribe or change your options (eg, switch to

or from digest mode, change your password, etc.), visit your

subscription page at:


You can also make such adjustments via email by sending a message to:


with the word `help' in the subject or body (don't include the

quotes), and you will get back a message with instructions.

You must know your password to change your options (including changing

the password, itself) or to unsubscribe.  It is:


If you forget your password, don't worry, you will receive a monthly

reminder telling you what all your xpcreate.com mailing list passwords

are, and how to unsubscribe or change your options.  There is also a

button on your options page that will email your current password to


You may also have your password mailed to you automatically off of the

Web page noted above.

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WOW! That's really cool. Gotta see where that came from! For those of you that replied, please don't be surprised of the non answers ...

Now I see. Didn't realize that actually worked. What I was trying to create was a simple web based mailing list.

Sorry for any inconvienience that may have caused y'all. I will be deleting all that, because the last thing I need is another place to discover problems!

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All versions are final: I don't do beta!

Due to the nature of XPCREATE - keeping up with Mcrosoft's updates - it will always be a work in progress, in the sense that every month may require some updating. Beta versions are for submitting to testers. In my shop, all testing is done in house.

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Well every thing is working but......

with win2000 after install is completed I go to install power dvd 5 manually it errors out and says I need to install DX8 or higher. DX9 apears to be installed and working but it does not show under add/remove programs (not shure if thats the problem or not).

with xp I don't have any problems using the same power dvd 5.

I was wondering if any one else has come across this issue.

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Just Installed Windows 2000 (created with all GreenMachines failsafe patches) and installed PowerDVD ver No problems.

DX9 does not show under add/remove programs.

I remember installing an old game once, that didn't recognise my current DX, which proceeded to install an earlier version. Game worked OK, not much else did.

Though I doubt, BaTLeZone, judging from your posts that this would be your problem.

Thanks GreenMachine.... Great product.

Next step.. make an XP disc and start over.

If it ain't broke, see if you can brake it, cuz fixin it's fun.

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GM, Awesome work.

XP works great, but i'm having a problem with 2k.

The explorer folder pane is grayed out. This was apparently a problem some time ago and discussed here link. This has only occured with the new version. I have been able to build successfully with the old version using the same files (except ones the old version cant handle properly).

I am still testing to isolate more specific details, but looking for any ideas or suggestions.

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