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----- Original Message ----- From: John Brubaker <jb@TruePicture.com> > WIn 2000 will over-write the boot sector on whatever drive it's installed, > making it difficult to go back to your previous OS if you should decide to > do so. If it's on a separate partition of the drive, you can just sys the drive from a Win98/95 boot disk to get rid of the boot menu. If you installed over your previous OS, and it's a machine you can't afford to experiment with, well...bad decision. > I've now installed Photoshop 5.5, Adobe In Design, Adobe Acrobat, and > will install Adobe Press Ready today. I'm hoping that these will all > cooperate nicely with each other under Win 2000, and be able to output to my > Epson 1200 printer. PS5 has always worked well with W2k, from beta 2. Acrobat was OK, but I haven't tried the other two yet. I have an Epson 1600 scanner on order, and I don't have > any idea if W2000 drivers will be included with it. So far Epson has not > released any Win 2000 drivers in the US. It was mentioned that the Epson > French Web site has some drivers, but I really don't want to deal with a > language problem right now - has anybody on the list tried them? Win98 drivers have worked for my ESC850 and 800, but W2k has its own so I never needed to install anything. If you check the HCL at the Microsoft W2k site, it should have a current list of hardware. Gary - Please turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for instructions.
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