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Failure of application &support disc.




when I insert disc I get the following warning.

cannot open swap file.c:\cwsdpmi.swp.

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- This warning can actually be ignored, this is not a bid issue and cant harm your computer. Actuall the CD you are using must has the dos based applicatoin which wants to use this swap area and it can't find it. This was some crazy prog developed by somebody to use DPMI applications. My suggestion is as the swap file name is incorrectly specified in the image change the name with cwsparam command.

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