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Skype 4.0 and Red Alert 3



 
 
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Old February 10th 09, 10:39 PM posted to uk.telecom.voip
Richard
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Default Skype 4.0 and Red Alert 3

There appears to be a conflict between these programs. I have Red Alert 3
installed (because I'm that sad), and Skype suggested, in an email, that
version 4 was the best of all their programs.

I installed it, and found that I could no longer run RA3, so I uninstalled
it, and could run RA3.

Because I had lost the older version of Skype, I re-installed v4.0, and shut
down. On start-up, RA3 would not run, but would after I had removed Skype
V4.0

I then went to http://www.oldversion.com/Skype.html and downloaded the
version originally supplied with my new computer - Skype 3.8.0.188.

Both programs are now working in perfect harmony, and they Skype can stick
V4 "where the sun don't shine"


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Old February 10th 09, 10:50 PM posted to uk.telecom.voip
Jono
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Default Skype 4.0 and Red Alert 3

Richard used his keyboard to write :
There appears to be a conflict between these programs. I have Red Alert 3
installed (because I'm that sad), and Skype suggested, in an email, that
version 4 was the best of all their programs.

I installed it, and found that I could no longer run RA3, so I uninstalled
it, and could run RA3.

Because I had lost the older version of Skype, I re-installed v4.0, and shut
down. On start-up, RA3 would not run, but would after I had removed Skype
V4.0

I then went to http://www.oldversion.com/Skype.html and downloaded the
version originally supplied with my new computer - Skype 3.8.0.188.

Both programs are now working in perfect harmony, and they Skype can stick V4
"where the sun don't shine"


Red Alert?

Skype?


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Old February 11th 09, 09:20 AM posted to uk.telecom.voip
James
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Default Skype 4.0 and Red Alert 3


"Jono" wrote in message
. ..

Both programs are now working in perfect harmony, and they Skype can

stick V4
"where the sun don't shine"


Red Alert?

Skype?


Yes, hes presumably on about this childish ****e:
http://www.ea.com/redalert/news-detail.jsp?id=62
Serious computer users wont be affected.



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Old February 11th 09, 03:04 PM posted to uk.telecom.voip
Ian Pawson
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Default Skype 4.0 and Red Alert 3

Richard wrote:
There appears to be a conflict between these programs. I have Red Alert
3 installed (because I'm that sad), and Skype suggested, in an email,
that version 4 was the best of all their programs.

I installed it, and found that I could no longer run RA3, so I
uninstalled it, and could run RA3.

Because I had lost the older version of Skype, I re-installed v4.0, and
shut down. On start-up, RA3 would not run, but would after I had removed
Skype V4.0

I then went to http://www.oldversion.com/Skype.html and downloaded the
version originally supplied with my new computer - Skype 3.8.0.188.

Both programs are now working in perfect harmony, and they Skype can
stick V4 "where the sun don't shine"


What has Sykpe to do with voip?
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Old February 11th 09, 03:07 PM posted to uk.telecom.voip
Ian Pawson
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Default Skype 4.0 and Red Alert 3

Richard wrote:
There appears to be a conflict between these programs. I have Red Alert
3 installed (because I'm that sad), and Skype suggested, in an email,
that version 4 was the best of all their programs.

I installed it, and found that I could no longer run RA3, so I
uninstalled it, and could run RA3.

Because I had lost the older version of Skype, I re-installed v4.0, and
shut down. On start-up, RA3 would not run, but would after I had removed
Skype V4.0

I then went to http://www.oldversion.com/Skype.html and downloaded the
version originally supplied with my new computer - Skype 3.8.0.188.

Both programs are now working in perfect harmony, and they Skype can
stick V4 "where the sun don't shine"


What has Skype to do with voip?
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Old February 11th 09, 06:06 PM posted to uk.telecom.voip
Graham.
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Default Skype 4.0 and Red Alert 3



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"Jono" wrote in message
. ..
Richard used his keyboard to write :
There appears to be a conflict between these programs. I have Red Alert 3
installed (because I'm that sad), and Skype suggested, in an email, that
version 4 was the best of all their programs.

I installed it, and found that I could no longer run RA3, so I
uninstalled it, and could run RA3.

Because I had lost the older version of Skype, I re-installed v4.0, and
shut down. On start-up, RA3 would not run, but would after I had removed
Skype V4.0

I then went to http://www.oldversion.com/Skype.html and downloaded the
version originally supplied with my new computer - Skype 3.8.0.188.

Both programs are now working in perfect harmony, and they Skype can
stick V4 "where the sun don't shine"


Red Alert?

Skype?


Seems to be an expensive way to make telephone calls.
14.4 ppm+vat to call a mobile FFS
http://www.skype.com/intl/en-gb/prices/


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Old February 18th 09, 10:00 PM posted to uk.telecom.voip
themgt
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Default Skype 4.0 and Red Alert 3

Richard wrote:
There appears to be a conflict between these programs. I have Red Alert
3 installed (because I'm that sad), and Skype suggested, in an email,
that version 4 was the best of all their programs.

I installed it, and found that I could no longer run RA3, so I
uninstalled it, and could run RA3.


Do you mean that RA3 wouldn't start at all or that you couldn't get online ?
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