Re: not quite vintage...anyone have early 90's MS Access?
- "Evan" <evan@...> wrote:
>I concurr. The current discussion is about recovering one file, using
> Ahhhh! Averting my eyes!! AAAAHHHH!!!!
> Maybe take that subthread offlist?
various Windows tools and operating systems. It is not related to
vintage computing (except maybe the content of the file), and it
violates Evan's "1990" rule, and it's very specific.
While I myself may have some post-1990 interests, I refrain from
posting about them in this discussion group in any detail. For
instance, I eventually got over the fact that I could not post or
offer ANYTHING from the many SGI systems I have available. "too new"
was the response I got.
Others including Bill are entitled to persue post-1990 computing; just
within another venue. It's my opinion but it's the same rule I and
However, I think a consensus was reached, that one could post
something ASKING for help or MAKING an offer - just that it not become
a thread or discussion on the MARCH list. I recall posting in support
of that. So Bill's inquiry, in my opinion, was acceptable, and he's
apparently got good response and assistance, which can be continued
offline of MARCH.
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