FYI, Windows XP has a "compatibility" mode so you can force XP to run in a
mode that emulates an earlier version of Windows. To run the program under
Windows 98 compatibility mode, first create a shortcut for the program.
Then right-click on the shortcut and select Properties. Click on the
Compatibility tab and make the appropriate selections to allow the program
Steve Silverwood, KB6OJS
Fountain Valley, CA
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> Subject: [CQ-Contest] Software
> Have been using CT with a Windows 98 computer. Have recently
> upgraded to Windows XP and found that CT doesn't work.
> Incidentally, have had to revert to CT 9.71 because upgraded
> versions all had serious bugs with my Yaesu FT-920 or other
> operating problems.
> What are the recommendations for Windows contesting
> software? I hear that Writelog is good? Any guidance would
> be appreciated.
> The Vertical Guy
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