Hamview 2.10

Bob Bruhns bbruhns@erols.com
Wed, 02 Dec 1998 07:14:42 -0500

Oops - the problem was that I had not read the instructions.  Escape
works fine, and the PC returns cleanly to Win98.  I had been looking for
an exit button.

  Bob, WA3WDR

Alberto Di Bene wrote:
> Bob Bruhns wrote:
> >No virus problem with the new Hamview (2.10) here. I have Win98, with
> >Bios checking for sensitive disk writes. Also running Norton
> >SystemWorks 1.0 anti-virus. Norton declared the zip file clean.
> >Unzipped, then ran Hamview twice, then scanned for viruses with Norton,
> >none found. Seems OK.
> >
> >  The only problem I have is exiting from Hamview; I have to
> >   control-alt-delete and end the task. No problems from that either...
> >
> >  Bob, WA3WDR
> Thanks Bob for your testing. I had also a few friends dowloading and testing
> the
> copy of Hamview 2.10 present on the Web site, and no anomalies were found.
> So we can safely state that Hamview is *NOT* infected by any kind of virus.
> About the problem when exiting, maybe it shows up only with Win98. I haven't
> switched yet, still running 95. If you have native DOS, could you please check
> whether  under DOS the program exits normally or not ? Thanks.
> 73,
> Alberto di Bene,  I2PHD
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