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Windows 7: hosts...again...but differed

29 Apr 2011   #11

7 home premium 64-bit

thanks to you and pparks, i think i've learned as much about hosts as i can from these issues. your help has been appreciated.

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30 Apr 2011   #12

W7 Professional x64

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