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mrfrisky330
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Kingston USB stick, Access 2007

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Hello!

Am very excited about this project will mean the end of Microsofts illegal monopoly on OS :D

Installed on a test computer, but my Kingston memory sticks (G3 and G4) don't work, neither did the Intel network card of which (ironically) the drivers I have on a USB stick.

Is there anyway to get the sticks to work with the latest Alpha version?
Installed Office 2007, Word and Excel seemed fine (which they weren't using Wine on Linux) but Access 2007 and Outlook 2007 keep displaying a message saying MSVCR80.dll is missing.

I take it that is to be expected at such an early stage in the projects development, but working USB sticks would be lovely :)

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Re: Kingston USB stick, Access 2007

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Please read the installation instructions first.
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Re: Kingston USB stick, Access 2007

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What instructions?

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Re: Kingston USB stick, Access 2007

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The installation instructions, those that you might expect with any piece of software, equipment, IKEA chest of drawers, model kit, RC car &c.

They would be found by typing "Reactos installation instructions" into Google or by following the link on the download page.

Here is the link so that you don't have to do any of that. https://reactos.org/wiki/Installing_ReactOS

See the bit about USB.
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Re: Kingston USB stick, Access 2007

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I like to narrow my searches for ReactOS information to the ReactOS.org site itself.
I prefix my Bing search strings with site:reactos.org --this also works on other search engines.

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Re: Kingston USB stick, Access 2007

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Don't use the latest alpha - use the latest daily build. The latest alpha is already fairly obsolete.

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