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Paradox v1 for windows
I hope I am in the right place to get the info I need. I have used the original v1 from the early nineties and am currently on windows xp, just for paradox. The laptop is almost at the end of its life, so must move on. I will try to upload it to a windows 7 laptop in xp mode. But perhaps I should move up the paradox version ladder too. Can I still get  v5 and would I be able to use my existing databases and would I easlily be able to use v5? Can it be used  on windows 10? And what about the latest corel versions? Are these a step too far for thid it dinosaur. A few different questions but hope someone out there can help. In my narrow circle of uk friends no one has ever used paradox, sono help there. Looking forward to any input.
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Windows 8 and 10 Sections?
Any chance of adding Windows 8 and 10 Sections?
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Xcopy/robocopy most efficient way to trans. files?
The company i work for uses xcopy to copy our server files and folders to a backup folder every night, this process takes anywhere from 45 mins to 1hr 20 mins, other than trying robocopy or xcopy does anyone have a better more efficient ( faster ) idea or way that they do things to copy large tables/files/folders to a backup folder? Please post your ideas or what you do if it is different.
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Windows 7 deleting information at will
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Deleted files are on an external hard drive which I will get up and on my system this afternoon Don aka Dragon
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Windows XP Log On Problem
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2. The Infamous Path Bug

Error: Exception has been thrown by target of an invocation.

Solution: Shorten the path of the environmental variable, run SystemPropertiesAdvanced.exe 

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3. How To Use Windows Easy Transfer http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/tutorials/transfer-data-from-old-computer-to-windows-8/
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4. Configuring a Windows 7 Network

There are four different types of logical networks by which you can access files and devices or share an internet connection:

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