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Ebook problems since XP Service Pack 2?


 
BillDugan Has anyone experienced any problems with their eBooks not working properly on a Windows XP machine after the user has updated to Service Pack 2?

I have heard a few rumbles, but have not had any users email me with problems. (I have yet to do the Service Pack 2 thing).

Bill Dugan


Posted on: 1:59 am on November 3, 2004
EBookCompiler I have heard there are problems with ebooks created with another compiler (NOT our Activ E-Book Compiler). I don't know which compiler or the specific details of the problem (for example, somebody sent me an email today asking if they switched compiler to us if it would solve their problem).

As far as our compilerwww.ebookcompiler.comis concerned, I am not currently aware of any XP SP2 specific problems. I think we are okay. There are some threads on this in our Activ E-Book forum on this board.


Posted on: 3:12 am on November 11, 2004
smithfam
Here is some info and fixes for the sp2 ebooks compatibility problems
http://www.smithfam.com/special/compatibility.html

Posted on: 10:03 pm on December 7, 2004
Rick Hi,
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Posted on: 2:37 am on December 8, 2004

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