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Re: The Y2K problem



It is my understanding that any Y2K problem that
XYW or XW faces is NOT a problem for the word
processor BUT is a BIOS problem.  Both ACER and
AMI weh sites hav BIOS upgrades available that
addresses the problem.
  Am I wrong and is TTG on the hook or is it a
BIOS problem?
Dick Giering (dick.giering@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx)

Peter Evans wrote:

> Phyllis Gallicchio:
>
> >We have alot of different versions of xywrite
> >here at our newspaper. We need to know is they
> >are y2k compliant.
>
> Great news, Phyllis! Anyone who uses any version of XyWrite on or after 1 January of what Microsoft terms 2000 (more bombastically, "the year 2000") is instantly transported back to 1900. Order yourself some bloomers and get ready for some serious (but modest) cycling and croquet--and try to accustom yourself to the pervasive pong of cigars.
> :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::
> Peter Evans