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15-May-2007, 10:51 PM #1
Solved: Com Surrogate Error
I am a beginner at computers and keep getting an error COM Surrogate What is this and how do I fix it Please I need step by step help. I am running XP Pro 2002 Version SP2
Intell pentium 111 451MHz 448 MB RAM
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16-May-2007, 01:12 AM #2
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I am a beginner on computers and need some step by step help I keep getting a COM surrogate error What is this and how do I fix it My computer is a generic IBM with XP 2002 version SP2 451MHz 448MB of RAM
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16-May-2007, 01:23 AM #3
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I am a beginner on computers and need some step by step help I keep getting a COM surrogate error What is this and how do I fix it My computer is a generic IBM with XP 2002 version SP2 451MHz 448MB of RAM

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