Joy (cithra) wrote,

Spent a good chunk of the morning trying to get an old copy of the Rosetta Stone language program I have to run on my machine, which involves invoking the Classic environment, which I didn't have set up anymore since my original hard-drive bit the dust a couple of years ago. End result - I can install it but it won't run. It appears unable to find the "media" which I presume is the CD with the lessons on it, sitting spinning in the drive bay... ah well, it is six years old. I've sent the company an email to see what my upgrade options are, if there are any besides simply buying the new version outright.

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