> Joe Barrera at 9:17 AM -0700 on 6/23/97, came up with this:
> > > Could it be running non-Microsoft software?
> > Lots of us run Visio, gnu-emacs, Eudora, MathCAD, Quicken... (but
> > tell anyone :-)
> > But yes, it could explain the Win95 crashes or freeze-ups, although
> > be surprised if it explained the NT problems.
> Maybe while were on the subject of NT problems you could explain this.
> Why in three separate installs of NT from a beta to the most recent
> NTServer/BackOffice won't NT recognize my SoundBlaster 32? This is an
> absolutely stock SoundBlaster 32, not a clone, in a Micron P-133.
> In every install, NT says "no sound device installed/found," although,
> Win 95 and NeXTStep 3.3/OpenStep 4.2 see's it just fine.
> It takes Microsoft 10 years to get rid
> of the mess when you boot,
> why should we believe that you can make Windows
> easy to program in only two years ?" - S.Jobs to Microsoft's J.
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