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Re: AVTS software and Win98
All 100 units shipped to El Paso County each have a copy of Windows 98 Second Edition just
released just a few weeks ago.
All units have a full Standard install.
Unnecessary short cuts have been deleted from the desk top. All particular
unique drivers, i.e.. monitor, video, elo, etc..., have been placed in a folder
in the C: drive labeled drivers. And that is all.
If Vancouver has confusion it will be primarily
that they have just not asked any questions...
Also, Jeff was shipped a new unit yesterday
overnight and he will get it today Friday not Monday or
Just to let you know...
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Friday, July 02, 1999 1:17
Subject: Re: AVTS software and
> > Whit is not in
because of Canada Day. Just to be clear, an install of the
AVTSIS 3.6.1 on a clean Win98 box does not work? If not, what exactly
> > the symptoms? Still vbajet32.dll? I think this will
be news to Whitman,
> > because he was installing 3.6.1 on fresh 98
vbajet32.dll still refuses to work with the current AVTS 3.6.1
release. It was only after we installed the mdac drivers that the
> could download an election.
> There's been some
confusion as to which version of win98 they have in
> Vancouver. It
would probably be prudent to get Vancouver a new AVTS with
> win98 asap so
they can reproduce what is shipping out of McKinney.
> > I
don't yet know whether all of mdac will be required. I would be
> > if it is, since ODBC ships with 98. Still, I don't
know exactly what
> > packages are installed on the machines that are
being built. If at the
> > of the day it is required,
it will be part of the InstallShield package
> > like
GEMS. I hope that will not be necessary though.
Rob, can you track down (ie buy) a copy of 98 and try doing your own
> > install, then install 3.6.1, and see if it works?
> apparently Jeff Hintz is getting a new AVTS with win98
> Perhaps he can go through the install with the new