GINMO - Cotton Gin Model for Windows 95/98
GINMO is a software tool that lets you do "What if" with your cotton ginning operation.
This page contains the most recent update of GINMO. In addition to fixes to known/reported problems, new features have been added.
Problems fixed are: Crashes that occur when the main window is maximized and output report is viewed; unable to print when the program is run for the first time. Record deletion problem in custom report.
Features added are:
How to Install GINMO
If your computer has some older versions of Windows95 system library, the setup program may ask you to reboot as soon as it has finished copying newer versions of the system library and consequently aborting the installation. After your computer has rebooted, check to see if GINMO is in the program list (START->PROGRAM->GINMO..), if not found, repeat steps 3 and 4.
How to Uninstall GINMO
From START button (lower left corner of your screen) of Windows95/98 select Settings, Control Panel. On the control panel, there is Add/Remove Programs icon. Double click on it and find GINMO in the list. Click on it and then click the remove/uninstall button.
Go back to Installing GINMO
We have had calls from users who could not install under Windows98, and also from users who said ginmo installation trashed their computer. These problems have been associated with computers containing McAFEE antivirus program. You need to disable McAFEE and install. Problems with OLEAUT32.dll has also been reported. The problem is as follows: after installing ginmo unsucessfully , other programs in your computer would not run complaing about currupted OLEAUT32.dll WHen this happens you need to copy OLEAUT32.dll back into your c:\windows\system folder. OLE32AUT.dll is a system dll file that comes with windows98 or windows95. you can find it in the original windows95/98 disk or in ginmo distribution files. It is likely that this file come in a compressed format (it is ole32aut.dl_ instead of ole32aut.dll). You need to expand it then copy it into the windows\system directory. Here is how to expand a compressed file
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