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Windows xp-winchat not working

Me using windows xp-sp2.
wen i opened the winchat from the system32, and given the ip add of a PC in LAN i am unable to initiate the chat,
started the network dde services,etc but in vain
pls guide me in this subject

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Be advised that Microsoft has discontinued winchat after releasing SP2 for windows xp. and did not bother to make the necessary changes to make it functional to meet users needs. you should try something different third party products most of the are free!
try this one:
http://www.fomine.com/index.html

Posted on Aug 16, 2008

Both computors must be connected to the same network{LAN} or Internet as you probably know.Also ,each computor must be running a similar Protocol,such as TCP/IP.Please also recheck the ip address and whether you have not been barred by your destination computor.Regards

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