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[Fwd: [nise] C:\CoolProgs\Pretty Park.exe]

Narda, I still have this one Bob put on Phoenix also.  I used it
according to directions, which were easy, but it said it didn't find it
on mine.


  • Subject: Re: [nise] C:\CoolProgs\Pretty Park.exe
  • From: Bob <bobaxe@SBTEK.NET>
  • Date: Thu, 9 Mar 2000 09:02:37 -0800
  • Comments: To: "hosta-open@mallorn.com" , "hostapix@onelist.com" , nise@onelist.com
  • References: <200003091447.IAA15040@serak.svc.tds.net>
Hi Cheryl
        Looks like you caught the Pretty Park.exe virus on your computer. There
is a program out there to remove this but I have never used it. I am
sending this to the different lists because it will probably go through
them all.

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