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1. IMPORTANT!!! Disclaimer and Copyright

The procedure to which this document attempts to be a guide is inherently dangerous to the programs and data stored in your computer. You carry out any such procedure entirely at your own risk. The steps described in this document worked for the author; there is no guarantee that they will work for you, nor that you can attempt to follow them without serious damage to your computer's programs and/or data. You are entirely on your own in any use you may make of the information presented herein, and the author shall not be liable in any way whatsoever for any damage or inconvenience of any kind that you may suffer in so doing.

This document is copyright © 1996, 2000 Dynamicro Consulting Limited, and is released under the terms of the GNU General Public License. This basically means that you may copy and modify it at will, but may not prevent others from doing likewise.

Comments and questions may be directed to the author. Especially welcome, for use in future revisions, are accounts of successful upgrades of complex systems.