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Topic: NOW...RTW woes with Windows98???!!!
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Carl Taswell

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Re: NOW...RTW woes with Windows98???!!!
Posted: Jul 17, 1998 9:50 AM
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I'd like to add my request to those clamoring for more info on Win 98
compliance. Can anybody at MathWorks advise us regarding whether this
is high priority for the near future (next few weeks) or low priority
for indefinite future?

Also if Win 98 compliance will not be available, what about solutions
and workarounds? For machines preinstalled with Win 98, it does not
make much sense to purchase Win 95. But it might be reasonable to
install Win NT on a separate partitioned harddrive.

Can anybody comment on any experience with this possible solution? How
well does it work? Are you booting to either Win 98 or Win NT using
Norton Commander? If not, what are you using?

Thanks for all suggestions.


On Thu, 16 Jul 1998 00:46:20 -0500, "John Brooks" <>

>Well, after finding out that Matlab GUIs (rltool, sptool, ltiviewer, etc...)
>all cause my machine to lock up (233MHz PII), I now find that when I try to
>run Real Time Workshop, the SAME THING happens {-0
>I do not have the luxury of buying Win95 for my machine (Came preloaded with
>Win98), so I hope TMW is working overtime to correct the incompatibilities
>with Win98...All my other applications work fine with Win98.
>Very frustrating when all we get from TMW is that the problem will be
>addressed in a "future release"...
>TMW, can you give us a better idea of WHEN these incompatibilities will be
>John Brooks

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