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Procomm 4.7 for Windows 95/98/NT 4.0
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pwdll.dll

File Date: November 29, 1999

File Size: 833,536

Description: Use this file if you are using the Kermit protocol and you experience either date stamp changes or hangs or aborts when trying to open a directory file. This file is for version 4.7 only.

pw4.exe

File Date: August 5, 1999

File Size: 115,200

Description: Use this file if you were experiencing disconnects or unanswered modems if trying to make simultaneous connections with multiple instances of Procomm Plus to a single host. This file is for version 4.7 only.

comprt.exe

File Date: June 9, 1999

File Size: 7,000

Description: Script to fix COM port problems getting your PC, modem, and communications program to work together. Many PC communications problems result from incorrect hardware and software settings. Here is some background on common problems related to serial base port addresses (BPA) and interrupt request (IRQ) lines.

anycap4.was

File Date: June 9, 1999

File Size: 19,383

Description: This script file allows the user to enter a complete path and filename for opening a capture file. This eliminates the need to adjust the capture path if it is necessary to capture to different directories.

datecap.exe

File Date: June 7, 1999

File Size: 19,000

Description: This script names a capture file by the system date. You can append, overwrite, create or rename the existing capture file.

pw2fon.exe

File Date: June 7, 1999

File Size: 27,000

Description: This script is a fix for problems with certain terminal emulations, your entire screen fills with dots or boxes. When you type a letter, the box is replaced by that letter.

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