I'm also needing CIS32. Googled this thread while moving my HVAC specialists laptop from 98 to XP. My MMI.EXE gives me the same error as the original post. On a similar note, MMI is the app to access the TECs, what is the app that can access the Panels? I have a app called SCU (SCUTERM) in the same folder as the CIS. Is that the one?
I had toyed with the idea of DOSBox, but as this isn't my laptop, I didn't want to add any learning curve at all. The CIS32 on Rapidshare in neonhomer's reply works perfectly. I hooked it up to a TEC and everything showed up. Thanks!
We use XP laptops without problems for MMI. Most of those computers use a SP1 or no SP in their XP. My system is a XP SP3 system. (Advantages of using your own laptop!) I did manage to get MMI to work, I just forgot how.
With the CIS32, it works fine.
I forgot what UCIS32 did...
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