>NT>Does anyone have an explanation for this other than coincidence?
>NT>Perhaps a new virus that affects the winsock.dll? Perhaps a new
>NT>version of some popular software that overwrites the winsock, or a bug
>NT>in winsock that's causing it to crash at this particular date? Any
>NT>ideas would be welcome, this is getting very annoying.
>Well, if your customers are anything like mine, they do a lot of
>re-installs of Windows 95 (!)
>If you have the first version, you definately need the service pack or
>you will have winsock problems.
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