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Jason,
Had a mirror collision and knocked the internals out of the trailer tow mirror on the driver side so I decided to use my Archives disk to see what I could find.
Doing a search for "trailer tow mirror" repeatedly gives "Access violation at address 00401C7E in module 'LIKSE32.EXE. write of address 4C455345".
Windows 98 is the operating system on the desktop.Tried the laptop and get similar "access violations" on it.
Am I doing something wrong or is there a problem with the disks? I can't believe all the CD's were defective or there woild be a lot of posts about it.
My disk is one of the early ones distributed.
Thanks!
 

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Jason,
Yes,it appears only when I search using the "AND" syntax. If I use "phrase",it appears okay.
I usually get "access denied" message or the following "illegal operation" message from windows:

LIKSE32 caused an invalid page fault in
module LIKSE32.EXE at 0177:00405ae5.
Registers:
EAX=004079f0 CS=0177 EIP=00405ae5 EFLGS=00010283
EBX=004079f0 SS=017f ESP=0063fe54 EBP=006403e4
ECX=00000001 DS=017f ESI=006403e0 FS=420f
EDX=006403e0 ES=017f EDI=006404e4 GS=0000
Bytes at CS:EIP:
68 00 04 00 00 8d 44 24 04 50 8b 43 04 50 8b 03

With either message,the LIKSE32 file is identified.

Thanks for the help!
Ron
 
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